Alex Mair

Victorian Football Association
DOB: 1859
DOD: 14 October 1915 St. Kilda Road South Melbourne
Career: 1885 - 1886

Alexander Mair (Also spelt in one report as A. Main)

1885 May 25
Mair was named in the Carlton Second Twenty team squad of 23 that played Daylesford at Daylesford on the Queen's Birthday Holiday.

1885 Mair new recruit from Star of Carlton.
(The Carlton Story, H.Buggy and H.Bell p57)

1886 June 26
Mair was named as one of Carlton Second Twenty's better players in the thrashing by North Park 6.22 to nil at Princes Oval.

1886 A. Mair received a gold locket for excellence of play for the Second Twenty at the Carlton general meeting in April.

1915 October 23
".... Mr. Alex Mair, was taken suddenly ill whilst playing his round. (golf) He never rallied and passed away a few hours later at his residence, much to the regret of those who knew his genial personality and sterling qualities as a citizen and sportsman. Years ago Mr. Mair was a prominent of the Carlton football team, and was also well known as a member of the Victoria Bowling Club." (Trove: Australasian p24)
Mair was 56 years old.

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