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Allchurch Allchurch is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Len Allchurch Leonard Allchurch (12 September 1933 – 16 November 2016) was a Welsh professional footballer. Allchurch played in the Football League for almost twenty years, playing in the top flight with Sheffield United and having lengthy spells with Swansea City and Stockport County. A Welsh international, he was born in Swansea and was the brother of the late Ivor Allchurch. He had the distinction of never receiving a booking or a caution throughout his entire Football League career.
Thomas Allchurch 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.
Ivor Allchurch Ivor John Allchurch MBE (16 October 1929 – 10 July 1997) was a Welsh international footballer.
Denis Allchurch Denis Arthur Allchurch (born 1953) is a Canadian provincial politician. He was a Saskatchewan Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan from 1999 to 2011, representing the constituencies of Shellbrook-Spiritwood from 1999 to 2003 and Rosthern-Shellbrook from 2003 to 2011.
Thomas Allchurch 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.
Ivor Allchurch Known as 'The Golden Boy' of Welsh football, Allchurch played for Swansea Town, Newcastle United and Cardiff City, where he played 691 games and scored 249 goals. His record of 68 caps for Wales stood until 1986, when it was exceeded by Joey Jones. He also jointly held the record number of goals scored for Wales, along with Trevor Ford, 23, which was eventually broken by Ian Rush. His talents were more widely recognised after his performance for Wales during the 1958 World Cup, in which he helped them to reach the quarter finals. His brother Len was also a footballer and the pair played alongside each other for Wales on several occasions.
Ivor Allchurch Allchurch started his career at Swansea Town in 1947, although he did not make his league debut until the 1950–51 season because of National Service. He went on to make 445 appearances and score 164 goals.
Ivor Allchurch In 1966, he was awarded an MBE in recognition of his services to football. He is also a member of the Welsh Sports Hall of Fame.
Len Allchurch Allchurch began his career with Swansea Town and, having signed professional terms in October 1950, he made his debut at the age of 17.