1933 New Zealand rugby league season
The 1933 New Zealand rugby league season was the 26th season of rugby league that had been played in New Zealand.
New Zealand played in no international matches in 1933.
The New South Wales Rugby League's St. George Dragons toured, playing five matches. St. George defeated Taranaki 22-14 in New Plymouth before defeating Devonport 19-8 and Newton 30-23. St. George then lost to Marist 25-11 and Richmond 5-3. All four Auckland matches were played at Carlaw Park. The Richmond-St. George match was labelled the "roughest game since Carlaw Park was opened". The Auckland Rugby League then organised a match between the two "Dragon slayers", in which Richmond defeated Marist 31-8.
Northern Union Cup
Steve Watene played for the City Rovers.
New Brighton and the Pirates club from Phillipstown gamed senior status.
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