1932 New Zealand rugby league season
The 1932 New Zealand rugby league season was the 25th season of rugby league that had been played in New Zealand.
New Zealand lost a series against Great Britain, 0-3. New Zealand were coached by Bill Kelly and included Albert Laing, Claude List, Hec Brisbane (c), Dick Smith, Len Scott, Bert Cooke, Jonas Masters, Jim Calder, Neville St George, Bob Stephenson, Lou Hutt, Tom Timms, Mick O'Brien, Steve Watene, Ben Davidson, Wilf Hassan, Edwin Abbot, Norm Campbell, Gordon Campbell, Stan Clark, Jim Laird, Alan Clarke, Ray Lawless and Jim Amos.
Auckland, who were also coached by Bill Kelly, lost to Great Britain 19-14. The Auckland team was; Norm Campbell, Pat Meehan, Ben Davidson, Claude List, Bert Cooke, Hec Brisbane, Wilf Hassan, Stan Clark, Gordon Campbel, Lou Hutt, Alan Clarke, Ray Lawless and Trevor Hall. Reserves; Allan Seagar, Len Scott and Neville St George.
Northern Union Cup
Steve Watene played for the City Rovers.
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