New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame Inductees

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Albert Baskerville (1883 - 1908)

He founded rugby league in New Zealand and was one of the instigators of international league, organising the first tests in Australia, England and Wales.

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Tom Baxter (1929 - 2013)

During a seven-year international career, Baxter played a record 94 games for the Kiwis, including 29 tests, and was reckoned to be the most punishing centre in world league.

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Mark Graham (1955 - )

Respected throughout the league world as a tough, skilful forward, Graham played 26 tests for New Zealand from 1977, when he was 21, until 1988.

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Stacey Jones (1976 - )

Stacey Jones used to be known as “The Little General” for good reasons: he was little among the big men of rugby league, but he was the general who dictated the strategy and the tactics for the teams he graced.

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Ces Mountford (1919 - 2009)

Ces Mountford achieved seemingly everything in a spectacular rugby league career as a player and coach except play for his country.

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Charlie Seeling (1883 - 1956)

"Bronco" Seeling was an outstanding forward in the Original All Blacks of 1905 and renowned for his tackling and his strength.

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George Smith (1874 - 1954)

A remarkably versatile sportsman, Smith had international success as an athlete, a rugby player and a league player, but it was as a jockey that he first made a national mark.

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Des White (1927 - )

In a six-year international career, Des White became the most prolific points-scorer in New Zealand league.

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Ruben Wiki (1973 - )

Ruben Wiki’s career in rugby league was one of enduring success and excellence, beginning with the Canberra Raiders in 1993 and ending with the New Zealand Warriors fifteen years later.

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