Full name Luke Fairweather
Born March 18, 1961, Cape Town, Cape Province
Died January 5, 2011, Cape Town, Cape Province (aged 49 years 293 days)
Major teams Western Province
Batting style Right-hand bat
|First-class span||1980/81 - 1982/83|
Luke Fairweather was a right-hand batsman who played twice for Western Province during the apartheid era and went on to manage the province's junior side. He died after being shot during a brawl with a traffic officer outside Newlands during the South Africa v India Test.
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