|Full name||Alistair Edmunds Blair MBE|
16 November 1904|
|Died||20 November 1984
Lympstone, Devon, England
|Domestic team information|
|Source: Cricinfo, 16 February 2011|
Blair played his only Minor Counties Championship match for Devon against Dorset in 1922. Later, in January 1927 he made his first-class debut for the Europeans (Ceylon) against the touring Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). The following month he played his only first-class match for the Up-Country XI against the same opposition and days later he represented Ceylon against the MCC once more. In his 3 first-class matches, Blair scored 190 runs at a batting average of 47.50, with a single half century high score of 95*.
Blair later served in World War II where he held the rank of Lieutenant in the Black Watch. In 1943, he earnt a non-combatant gallantry award and was awarded with an MBE. The award was announced in the London Gazette on 9 July 1943. He died in Lympstone, Devon on 20 November 1984.