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Alexander McKenzie Moir (17 July 1919 in Dunedin – 17 June 2000 in Dunedin) played 17 Tests for New Zealand in the 1950s as a leg-spinner and lower-order batsman. On his debut, he took six wickets in the first innings against England in Christchurch in 1951.
He is one of only two bowlers to have bowled consecutive overs in a Test innings; this occurred on 28 March 1951, the fourth day of the Wellington Test, on either side of the tea interval. The other recorded instance of this violation of the Laws of cricket in a Test match was in 1921, the bowler being Warwick Armstrong.
In 1953-54 Moir took 15 for 203 for Otago against Central Districts at Pukekura Park, New Plymouth. After making his first-class debut at 30, in 54 matches for Otago from 1949-50 to 1961-62 he took 282 wickets at an average of 21.01.
- "1st Test: New Zealand v England at Christchurch, Mar 17-21, 1951". espncricinfo. Retrieved 2011-12-13.
- Martin-Jenkins, C. (1983) The Cricketer Book of Cricket Disasters and Bizarre Records, Century Publishing: London. ISBN 07126 0191 0.
- Central Districts v Otago 1953-54