1929–30 Scottish Cup

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1929–30 Scottish Cup
CountryScotland
ChampionsRangers
Runners-upPartick Thistle

The 1929–30 Scottish Cup was the 52nd staging of Scotland's most prestigious football knockout competition. The Cup was won by Rangers who defeated Partick Thistle in the replayed final.

Fourth round[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Rangers Montrose 3–0
Dundee Hearts 2–2 / 0–4 (R)
St Mirren Hamilton Academicals 3–4[1]
Partick Thistle Falkirk 3–1

Semi-finals[edit]

Partick Thistle3 – 1Hamilton Academical
Attendance: 37,500

Rangers4 – 1Hearts
Jimmy Fleming (3)
Bob McPhail
Attendance: 92,084

Final[edit]

Rangers0 – 0Partick Thistle
Attendance: 107,475

Replay[edit]


Rangers2 – 1Partick Thistle
James Marshall
Tully Craig
John Torbet
Attendance: 103,688

Rangers team[edit]

Tom Hamilton, Dougie Gray, R Hamilton, Jock Buchanan, Davie Meiklejohn, Thomas 'Tully' Craig, Sandy Archibald, Dr James Marshall, Jimmy Fleming, Bob McPhail, Willie Nicholson. (Replay-McDonald & Alan Morton replaced Nicholson & Buchanan). Manager- Bill Struth.

Partick Thistle team[edit]

Manager- Donald Turner

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Accies in the Quarter Final". Hamilton Academical F.C. 3 March 2017. Retrieved 11 August 2018.