1930 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

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1930 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
All-Ireland Champions
Winning team Kerry (9th win)
Provincial Champions
Munster Kerry
Leinster Kildare
Ulster Monaghan
Connacht Mayo
Championship statistics
1929
1931

The 1930 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was the 44th staging of Ireland's premier Gaelic football knock-out competition. Kerry were the winners.[1][2][3]

Results[edit]

Connacht[edit]

18 May 1930
Quarter-Final
Mayo 2-4 – 1-1 Leitrim

29 June 1930
Semi-Final
Sligo 2-7 – 0-5 Roscommon

29 June 1930
Semi-Final
Galway 0-7 – 0-1 Mayo
Boyle
Attendance: 4,000

An objection was made and Mayo were awarded the win.


10 August 1930
Final
Mayo 1-7 – 1-2 Sligo
Tuam
Attendance: 7,000

Leinster[edit]

11 May 1930
Preliminary Round
Kildare 6-7 – 3-3 Offaly
6 July 1930
Quarter Final
Kildare 2-11 – 0-7 Wexford
20 July 1930
Semi Final
Kildare 4-4 – 1-4 Laois
10 August 1930
Final
Kildare 0-6 – 1-3 Meath
17 August 1930
Final Replay
Kildare 2-6 – 1-2 Meath

Munster[edit]

1 June 1930
Quarter-Final
Cork 3-8 – 0-4 Clare

20 July 1930
Semi-Final
Tipperary 2-6 – 1-3 Cork

10 August 1930
Final
Kerry 3-4 – 1-2 Tipperary
J J Sheehy 1-2, J Ryan 1-1, C Brosnan 1-0, E Fitzgerald 0-1

Ulster[edit]

25 May 1930
Quarter-Final
Armagh 2-3 – 2-3 Tyrone

There was not time for a replay so Armagh advanced.


1 June 1930
Quarter-Final
Antrim 3-3 – 2-5 Fermanagh

Fermanagh objected and were allowed another quarter-final, against Cavan.


8 June 1930
Quarter-Final
Monaghan 7-8 – 1-3 Down

22 June 1930
Quarter-Final
Cavan 2-3 – 1-0 Fermanagh


29 June 1930
Semi-Final
Armagh 0-5 – 2-2 Monaghan

6 July 1930
Semi-Final
Cavan 1-5 – 1-2 Armagh

27 July 1930
Final
Monaghan 4-3 – 1-5 Cavan

All-Ireland Championship[edit]

24 August 1930
Semi-Final
Monaghan 1-6 – 1-4 Kildare

24 August 1930
Semi-Final
Kerry 1-9 – 1-4 Mayo
J J Sheehy 1-5, M Ó'Ruairc, T O'Donnell, B Stack, J Ryan 0-1 each

28 September 1930
Final
Kerry 3-11 – 0-2 Monaghan
J J Landers 2-3, N Sweeney 1-0, J J Sheehy, J Ryan 0-3 each, M Doyle 0-2
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 33,280

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