Season review: Kyle Feldt
Feldt was one of the stars of the Cowboys’ NRL Auckland Nines squad with his Superman-style tries in the left corner a real highlight of a memorable weekend.
He was the tournament’s equal top try-scorer and named the breakout player of the tournament.
When the NRL season came around, Feldt was a starting winger for the opening four rounds but then spent most of the rest of the season playing for the Northern Pride until earning a recall for the final three rounds and two finals – the first of his career with the Cowboys.
With the Pride, he played in the grand final team that thrashed Easts, scoring a try and playing a key role in the build-up to another.
All up, he collected an impressive 12 tries in 16 Intrust Super Cup appearances.
WHAT’S IN STORE FOR 2015:
After extending his Cowboys contract during 2014, Feldt will again be a prime contender for a wing role in 2015 with his finishing ability, powerful running and talents under the high ball real strengths.
He’ll be working hard on becoming a consistent week-to-week NRL player.