1914 New Zealand rugby league season
The 1914 New Zealand rugby league season was the seventh season of rugby league that had been played in New Zealand.
New Zealand hosted the touring Great Britain Lions, losing the Test match 13-16. The New Zealand team was; Arthur Hardgrave, Stan Weston, Karl Ifwersen, George Bradley (c), Billy Wilson, Frank Barclay, Bill Bussell, Charles Savory, Ernest Button, Jim Parker, Vic Banks, Bob Mitchell and Stan Walters. Wilson scored two tries, Banks scored one and Ifwersen kicked two goals.
Great Britain defeated Auckland 34-12 in front of 14,000. The gate earned Auckland Rugby League ₤650. The Auckland team was; Tom Cross (Ponsonby), Charles Woolley (City), Karl Ifwersen (Grafton), Edward Fox (North Shore), Thomas McClymont (Ponsonby), Arthur Hardgrave (Otahuhu), Charles Webb (Ponsonby), Charles Savory (Ponsonby), J Bennett (Newton), Stan Walters (North Shore), Bob Mitchell (Grafton), Harold Hayward (Thames) and Jim Clark (Ponsonby).
Northern Union Cup
Charles Woolley played for City, Karl Ifwersen and Bob Mitchell played for Grafton, Thomas McClymont, Jim Clark, Charles Webb and Charles Savory represented Ponsonby United while Arthur Hardgrave played for Otahuhu and Stan Walters played for the North Shore.
Two new clubs joined the Canterbury Rugby League; City joined the senior competition while Federal only produced junior teams. Ernest Button played for City in their only season in the senior competition. Bill Bussell played for Sydenham and Billy Mitchell played for St Albans.