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Keith Bell (rugby league)

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Name  Keith Bell

Role  Rugby league
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Keith Bell is a New Zealand former rugby league player who represented his country in the 1957 World Cup.

Playing career

Bell played for Ponsonby in the Auckland Rugby League competition. In 1955 he was selected for Auckland and was part of the side that defeated the touring French side 17–15. In 1956 he toured the South Island with Auckland and in 1957 he was selected for the New Zealand Kiwis squad for the 1957 World Cup. Bell didn't play in a game at the tournament.

In 1958 Bell was part of the Auckland Rugby League's first ever Grand Final, and Ponsonby defeated Otahuhu 16–7. He again toured the South Island with Auckland that year and was part of the Auckland side that lost 17–24 to Great Britain.

References

Keith Bell (rugby league) Wikipedia