|Full name||Manukau Rugby League Club|
|Colours||Black / White|
|Competition||Auckland Rugby League|
|Premierships||1936, 1942, 1943|
|Minor premiership||1943, 1985|
|National Club Competition||1985|
|Roope Rooster||1936, 1941, 1943, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1985, 1986|
|Stormont Shield||1941, 1942, 1943, 1980, 1983, 1984, 1986|
The Manukau Magpies are a rugby league football club based in Mangere, a suburb of Auckland in New Zealand, who compete in Auckland Rugby League's Fox Memorial competition. The club was established in 1910.
After the First World War the club was reformed as the Manukau Rugby League Football Club.
From 1924 the club was mainly active in junior grades until 1936 when a senior team was re-established. History was made that year when they took out the Championship, Roope Rooster and Fox Memorial Trophies in their first season.
The following players have played for Manukau and gone on the make the New Zealand Kiwis: Dean Bell 1983-89; Ian Bell 1978-83; Walter Brimble, Wilfred Brimble 1938; Jack Brodrick, Rangi Chase 1937-38; Clayton Friend 1982-91; Doug Gailey 1974, Lummy Graham 1970; Jack Hemi 1936-39; Jack McLeod 1937-38, George Mitchell, Hawea Mataira 1939; George Nepia 1937; Frank Pickrang 1936; Pita Ririnui 1939; Kelly Shelford 1989-91; Steve Watene 1936-37; Tommy Trevarthan 1936; Nick Wright 1983.
- Manukau Magpies sportsground.co.nz
- History manukauleague.co.nz
- Superleague, Volume 5, Issue 4, Edition 26 2010. p.22.
- Superleague, Volume 6, Issue 4, Edition 28 2011.
- Coffey and Wood The Kiwis: 100 Years of International Rugby League ISBN 1-86971-090-8
- Manukau Rugby League and Sports Club Inc aucklandleague.co.nz