1933–34 Northern Rugby Football League season
Northern Rugby Football League
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1933–34 was the 39th season of Rugby Football League season rugby league football. The first rugby league club in London, London Highfield competed in its inaugural season. 
Season summary [ edit ]
Wigan won their fourth Championship when they beat Salford 15-3 in the play-off final.
Salford had ended the regular season as league leaders. 
Challenge Cup winners were Hunslet who beat Widnes 11-5.
Work begins at a former quarry that was being used as a waste dump at
Odsal Top in Bradford after Bradford Northern sign a ten-year lease with the local council. This was to become the site of their current home ground, Odsal Stadium. 
Salford won the Lancashire League, and Leeds won the Yorkshire League. Oldham beat St Helens Recs 12–0 to win the Lancashire Cup, and York beat Hull Kingston Rovers 10–4 to win the Yorkshire Cup.
Championship [ edit ]
Championship Play-Off [ edit ]
Challenge Cup [ edit ]
Hunslet defeated Widnes 11-5 in the final at Wembley before a crowd of 41,280.
This was Hunslet’s second Cup Final win, the first being in 1908, in their third Cup Final appearance.
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