1928 New Zealand rugby league season
The 1928 New Zealand rugby league season was the 21st season of rugby league that had been played in New Zealand.
New Zealand lost a series against Great Britain, 1-2. New Zealand were coached by Thomas McClymont and included; Craddock Dufty, Roy Hardgrave, Claude List, Len Scott, Maurice Wetherill (c), Stan Prentice, Frank Delgrosso, Lou Hutt, Wally Somers, Jim O'Brien, Tom Timms, Mick O'Brien, Vern Goodall, Hec Brisbane, Trevor Hall, Alf Townsend, Bert Eckhoff and Tim Peckham.
Auckland Province lost to Great Britain 14-9 after leading 9-8 while Auckland City lost 26-15. Auckland City included Craddock Dufty, Len Scott, Claude List, Roy Hardgrave, Maurice Wetherill, Stan Prentice, Frank Delgrosso, Jim O'Brien, Wally Somers, Lou Hutt, Trevor Hall, J Payne and Alan Clarke. Auckland Province included Joe Menzies from South Auckland as well as Dufty, Scott, List, Beattie, W Hanlon, Jim Amos, Bill Peckham, Neville St George, Dick Moisley, Hall, J Payne and R Jenkinson from Auckland City.
Northern Union Cup
Marist Old Boys defeated Greymouth Marist 22-13 to win the Thacker Shield.
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