The Results Archive
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Blackburn Rovers beat Huddersfield Town 3-1 to win the FA Cup Final in April 1928. Leon Trotsky, having been removed from the Soviet Politburo, is expelled to Turkey. Harry Ramsden opens his first fish and chips shop in Yorkshire. The General Election in May 1929 returns a hung parliament with the Liberals being left with the choice of who has power. The Mary Stanford lifeboat capsizes whilst on service with the loss of all 17 crew. Ramsay MacDonald forms a new Labour government in June 1932. The Tyne Bridge, connecting Newcastle and Gateshead, is opened in October 1928. The National Grid begins to be constructed with the first high voltage electricity pylon being put up at Bonnybridge in Scotland. In November 1928 Herbert Hoover emerges triumphant in the electoral battle to become the next US President. Seven gangsters are killed in Chicago on St Valentine
League Cup
EPR   PR   1Q   2Q   3Q   4Q   R1   R2   R3   R4   R5   R6   SF   F  
Saturday 16 February 1929
Blackburn Rovers1 - 0Bury
Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic1 - 1West Ham United
Chelsea1 - 1Portsmouth
Huddersfield Town5 - 2Crystal Palace
Leicester City1 - 2Bolton Wanderers
Reading1 - 3Aston Villa
Swindon Town0 - 0Arsenal
West Bromwich Albion6 - 0Bradford Park Avenue (1907)