Stoke City (H) 1929/30

Monday 21 April 1930 at Molineux (Att 18,092)

Wolves (2) 2 (Richards 31, Hartill 40): Tootill, Lowton, Richardson, Lax, Hollingworth, Kay, Phillips, Rhodes, Hartill, Richards, Hetherington.
Stoke City (0) 1 (Kirkham*): Williams, McGrory, Spencer, Armitage, Williamson, Sellars, Cull, Bussey, Kirkham, Liddle, Archibald.

Referee: Mr W Waldron (Derby).
Injuries: Dickie Rhodes fell and received treatment for concussion during the first-half. George Lax then fractured his cheekbone after colliding with Liddle a minute before the brake and therefor Wolves played the whole of the second-half with just ten men. Stoke were also reduced to ten men during the second-half after Harry Sellars sustained a leg injury.
Landmark: Dai Richards nets his first goal in a Wolves shirt.
Draw: Leicester City and Arsenal drew 6-6 at Filbert Street on this day, a record for the Football League.
Position: 9th.