1934 New Zealand rugby league season
The 1934 New Zealand rugby league season was the 27th season of rugby league that had been played in New Zealand.
New Zealand did not play in any matches during the 1934 season.
The New South Wales Rugby League's champions, the Western Suburbs Magpies, traveled the New Zealand and lost two matches against the Auckland Rugby League's champion Richmond Bulldogs, 18-16 and 10-3, at Carlaw Park.
Northern Union Cup
Canterbury held the Northern Union Cup at the end of the season, after they defeated West Coast Rugby League 22-15 at Victoria Park, Greymouth on 18 August. Jim Amos captained the Canterbury side and scored a try as well as several goals. Canterbury also included Reg Ward while Jim Calder and Billy Glynn played for West Coast.
Ruru gained senior status, however only retained it for two seasons.
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