- 1930 in Northern Ireland
Arts and literature
1 FebruaryNorthern Ireland 7 - 0 Wales ( Joe Bambrickscored six of the goals)cite book | last=Hayes, Dean| year=2006 |title=Northern Ireland International Football Facts | publisher=Appletree Press | location= Belfast | pages=p 167-168|isbn=0-86281-874-5] :: 22 FebruaryScotland 3 - 1 Northern Ireland (in Glasgow):: 20 OctoberEngland 5 - 1 Northern Ireland (in Sheffield)
*Irish League::Winners: Linfield
8 March- Douglas Hurd, seventh Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.
8 May- Heather Harper, operatic soprano.
23 September- Colin Blakely, actor (d.1987).
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