Arthur William Allmond was born on the 11th December 1872 in Durham, England.
He made his league debut for Norwood against West Adelaide on the Jubilee Oval, in the opening round of 1898. Norwood won the match easily : 14.19 to 3.0
In 1917 The Adelaide paper The Critic advised "Information was received that Private A. W. Allmond, of Magill, was killed in action on 26 September, 1917. He had enlisted in September of the previous year, and had been attached to the 9th Reinforcements of the 50th Battalion which had left South Australia on February 10, and arrived in England three months later. He left for France on August 6."
Allmond was employed in the Postal Department for over twenty years and was a regular participant in the Post versus Telegraph annual football matches.
A member of the Parkside Cycling Club, Allmond had been prominent in cycling circles over many years
R Cialini, M Giles May 2019