|1930 NSWRFL season|
|Premiers||Western Suburbs (1st title)|
|Minor premiers||Western Suburbs (1st title)|
|Points scored||1721 (total)
28.683 (per match)
|Top point scorer(s)||Jim Craig (86)|
|Top try scorer(s)||Morrie Boyle (15)|
The 1930 New South Wales Rugby Football League premiership was the twenty-third season of Sydney's top-level rugby league football competition, Australias's first. During the season, which lasted from April until October, eight teams from across the city contested the premiership which was won by Western Suburbs who defeated St. George in the final.
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