Season review: Kyle Feldt

Already considered one of the premier wingers in rugby league, Kyle Feldt may have enjoyed the best season of his career so far in 2018.

The 26-year-old earned high praise for his work over the off-season and that translated into a blistering start to the season.

Feldt scored six tries in his first seven games, including a double in Round 4 against the Panthers at 1300SMILES Stadium and finished with 14 for the season – the most of any Cowboy.

But it wasn't just scoring tries where Feldt made his mark, he was just as devastating at the other end of the field.

He finished with 3099 running metres in his 24 games, which was the fourth highest among wingers in the NRL.

The Townsville junior wreaked havoc with his enormous right boot again in 2018.

Along with his renowned towering kick offs, Feldt produced one of the highlights of the season by booting an almost unbelievable 56-metre penalty goal against arch-rivals Brisbane in Round 22.

Feldt was presented with the Coach's Award at the end-of-season Presentation Ball by head coach Paul Green as a reward for his spectacular season.

2018 stats

Games: 24
Tries: 14
Line breaks: 12
Tackle breaks: 79
Average runs: 14
Average run metres: 129