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Kyle Feldt

Kyle Feldt
  • Date of Birth: 09-02-1992
  • Height: 191
  • Weight: 105
  • Position: Centre, Wing
  • Rep. Honours: Qld Residents 2015; NYC Team of the Year 2011; Junior Kangaroos 2011
  • Junior Clubs: Norths Thuringowa Devils
  • FG Debut: v South Sydney (03/08/2013)
  • Club Debut: v South Sydney (03/08/2013)
  • Twitter: feldt092
  • Instagram: f3ldtybud

Born/ home town: Townsville
Career highlight: Club debut & winning the first NRL Grand Final for the Cowboys
Best part about being a Cowboy: Being one with the community
First job: Retail
Favourite dish: Carbonara – I also like to cook roast
Personal motivator: Pain heals, glory lasts forever
I would spend my last $10 on: Food
Goal after football: Join the police force or become a chef
If you were an animal, what kind would you be? Gorilla or monkey
Something not many people know about you: I'm a good cook
Advice to younger players: Train hard, play hard

A junior with the Norths club in Townsville, Feldt enjoyed one of the most distinguished careers of any footballer in the NYC under-20s competition, setting records for most career points overall and most points in a season for the Cowboys, and was a member of the 2011 grand final team.

At the end of that season, he was named in the Toyota Cup Team of the Year and represented the Junior Kangaroos in their annual match against the Junior Kiwis.

A knee injury that first surfaced in the pre-season ruined Feldt’s first half of 2012 – he missed almost three months of football before returning for six straight games at season’s end.

In 2013, he was the leading point-scorer in the Intrust Super Cup, playing for the Northern Pride (eight tries, 52 goals), until being called up to make his NRL debut against South Sydney at 1300SMILES Stadium in round 21.

He played three NRL matches in his rookie season and scored his first NRL try against Penrith.

At the end-of-season awards, he was named as Cowboys’ 2013 Rookie of the Year. 

In season 2015, the man responsible for scoring that try in the NRL Grand Final made a stunning return to the NRL in Round 24 after being relegated to the Intrust Super Cup for most of the season.

The Cowboys’ 2016 NRL campaign was always going to be a watershed year for the talented Townsville product – he delivered on his potential, finishing 2016 as the club’s leading try-scorer and was also invited into the Maroons’ State-of-Origin camp ahead of Game II.