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Luke Feltham

Luke Feltham

Luke Feltham runs the Mail & Guardian's sports desk. He was previously the online day editor.
Bafana kick off manic week as Ntseki continues to forge identity
Bafana kick off manic week as Ntseki continues to forge identity
Bafana Bafana have one hell of a week ahead of them. Two Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers (Afcon); extensive travel and annoying niggles have...
A final is how legends are born
A final is how legends are born
Os du Randt will be inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame on Sunday night. Unable to make the ceremony in Tokyo himself, his former captain,...
Lerena doesn’t care what you think
Lerena doesn’t care what you think
It’s hard to work out Kevin Lerena. On one hand, his trash talk and bravado place him neatly in what some might describe as the typical Jo’burg...
‘Game Changers’ review: What’s the beef?
‘Game Changers’ review: What’s the beef?
It doesn’t take long for The Game Changers to show itself for what it really is: an hour-and-a-half advertisement for vegan living. This...
Rassie Erasmus: Springboks no longer mediocre
Rassie Erasmus: Springboks no longer mediocre
The Springboks’ place in the World Cup final is proof that South African rugby has turned a corner, reckons Rassie Erasmus. Speaking after a...
Boks stuck in semi-final Catch-22
Boks stuck in semi-final Catch-22
Rarely has such a dominating win sown so much restlessness. The Springboks’ bruising takedown of Japan was unequivocal, yet a feeling of...
Sundowns eye new threat
Sundowns eye new threat
Pitso Mosimane’s affair with the self-fulfilling prophecy has shown no signs of abating. He called it before a ball was kicked: Sundowns would...
England and NZ search for perfection
England and NZ search for perfection
The first semifinal this weekend will have a go at answering the sports version of that old philosophical nugget: What happens when an unstoppable...
Follow the crazy cult of Golf R
Follow the crazy cult of Golf R
A minibus driver pulled up next to me at a traffic light in the East Rand. From the corner of my eye, I caught his and his front-seat passenger’s...
Brave Blossoms epitomise belief
Brave Blossoms epitomise belief
It took 29 years for Japanese soldier Hiroo Onoda to surrender after World War II had ended. He had been deployed to the Philippines to disrupt...
Middendorp presents his progress
Middendorp presents his progress
It was celebration time at Kaizer Chiefs’ Naturena home this Wednesday. Kaizer Motaung, the club’s distinguished founder, was turning 75.
World Cup quarterfinals match-ups
World Cup quarterfinals match-ups
A full preview of the Springboks vs Japan game will appear in the October 18 edition of the Mail & Guardian.