24 April 1883|
Old Swinford, Stourbridge, then Worcestershire, England
|Died||23 October 1934
Halesowen, then Worcestershire, England
|Bowling style||Right-arm off-break|
|Source: CricketArchive, 2 May 2009|
He made his first-class debut in late June 1919 against Gloucestershire at New Road, and performed well, scoring 51 (his only fifty) and taking 4/76 in the first innings. The following month, also at New Road, he had an unsuccessful time (5 and 7; 23-2-114-1) in a crushing innings-and-203-run defeat against the Australian Imperial Forces. Finally, in August 1920 he played against Lancashire at Amblecote. Although Worcestershire again lost by an innings, Allchurch's 5/70 was the best bowling return of his short career.