1929–30 Western Football League
Yeovil and Petters United (Division One)|
Trowbridge Town (Division Two)
The 1929–30 season was the 33rd in the history of the Western Football League.
The Division One champions for the third time were Yeovil and Petters United, after finishing bottom of the table the previous season. The previous season's champions, Bristol Rovers Reserves, finished bottom this year. The winners of Division Two were Trowbridge Town for the second time in three years. There was again no promotion or relegation between the two divisions this season.
The composition of the eight-club Division One remained the same as for the previous season, with no clubs joining or leaving.
|1||Yeovil and Petters United||14||10||2||2||32||13||2.46||22|
|2||Exeter City Reserves||14||5||5||4||26||17||1.53||15|
|3||Bristol City Reserves||14||5||5||4||28||27||1.04||15|
|4||Plymouth Argyle Reserves||14||6||2||6||23||20||1.15||14|
|6||Bath City||14||4||5||5||35||33||1.06||13||Left at the end of the season|
|7||Torquay United Reserves||14||4||3||7||27||32||0.84||11|
|8||Bristol Rovers Reserves||14||3||2||9||18||34||0.53||8|
- Bristol City "A"
- Paulton Rovers, rejoining after leaving the league in 1926.
- Wells City, rejoining after leaving the league following the inaugural season in 1893.
|4||Bristol City "A"||18||9||3||6||54||41||1.32||21|
|6||Bath City Reserves||18||6||6||6||43||39||1.1||18|
|8||Bristol St George||18||5||1||12||41||51||0.8||11|
1 The system of using goal average to separate two teams tied on points was used up to and including the 1976–77 season.
2 The points system: 2 points for a win, 1 point for a draw and 0 points for losing.
- Robinson, Michael (ed.), Non-League Football Tables 1889–2006, Soccer Books, 2006