|Birth name||John Alexander Blair|
|Date of birth||c.1871|
|Place of birth||Wanganui, New Zealand|
|Date of death||12 April 1911|
|Place of death||Porirua, Wellington, New Zealand|
|Weight||84 kg (185 lb)|
|Rugby union career|
John Alexander Blair (c.1871 – 12 April 1911) was a New Zealand rugby union player who represented the All Blacks in 1897. His position of choice was hooker. Blair did not play in any test matches as New Zealand did not play their first until 1903.
He played in eight of the ten matches on the tour, scoring one try as well as a conversion.
He also played in the game against Auckland once they returned.
Blair continued playing for Wanganui until 1900.
His father, Duncan, also played rugby union. His mother's name was Agnes.
He had at least five sisters and two brothers.
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