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Kyle Feldt

Winger

Cowboys

Player Bio

Height:
191 cm
Weight:
103 kg
Age:
28
Date of Birth:
09 February 1992
Birthplace:
Townsville, QLD
Nickname:
Feldty
Debut Club:
North Queensland Cowboys
Opposition:
South Sydney Rabbitohs
Date:
03 August 2013
Round:
21
Previous Club:
-
Junior Club:
Norths Thuringowa Devils
Biography:

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Cowboy #239

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 NYC 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, backing up in 2014 to play 10 games in the top grade as his development in top-flight rugby league continued upwards.

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.

Essentially forcing his way into Paul Green’s team due to stellar performances for the Townsville Blackhawks in the Queensland Cup, Feldt’s re-entry into the team had immediate impact with a hat-trick of tries in a huge win over the New Zealand Warriors.

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.

Feldt’s 2017 season was also a success as he well and truly established himself as a leading NRL winger.

Slow to start the year, Feldt – with 48 NRL ties to his credit – went tryless across the first nine rounds before exploding in the second half of the season to cross 15 times in 18 games to lead the team in four-pointers for the year.

Feldt signed a three-year contract extension during the year, keep him at Cowboys HQ until the end of the 2020 season.

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

Feldt was presented with the Coach’s Award at the 2018 end-of-season Presentation Ball by head coach Paul Green as a reward for his spectacular season.

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Favourite Netflix series: You or Peaky Blinders
Favourite sports movie: Any Given Sunday, Blades of Glory or Semi Pro
Which teammate wins Cowboys Ninja Warrior: Reuben Cotter
Best nickname you’ve been given: Feldty
Favourite video game growing up: Crash Bandicoot or Time Crisis
Favourite game day pump up song: Bangarang – Skrillex or Dance Monkey – Tones and I
Dream job if you weren’t a football player: Water boy for the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys
Best concert you’ve been to: Steve Aoki

Career

Appearances
116
Tries
74

2020 Season

Appearances
2

Scoring

Tries
1
Goals
2

Kicking

Goal Conversion Rate

Attack

Try Assists
0
Line Breaks
1
Tackle Breaks
1

Passing

Receipts
41

Defence

Tackles Made
12
Missed Tackles
3
Tackle Efficiency

Running Metres

Average Running Metres
167.6
Total Running Metres
335

Fantasy

Total Points
60
Average Points
30

2020 Season - By Round

2020 Season - By Round
Round Opponent Score Position Minutes Played Tries Goals Points Try Assists Linebreaks Tackle Breaks Post Contact Metres Offloads Receipts Tackles Made Missed Tackles Total Running Metres Hit Up Running Metres Kick Return Metres
1 Broncos Lost 21 - 28 Winger 80 1 2 8 - 1 - 51 - 20 4 2 172 9 71
2 Bulldogs Won 16 - 24 Winger 80 - - - - - 1 61 1 21 8 1 162 - -

Career By Season

Career By Season
Year Played Won Lost Drawn Win % Tries Goals Points Kicking Metres Kicking Metres Average Goal Conversion Rate Forced Drop Outs Try Assists Linebreaks Receipts Tackles Made Missed Tackles Tackle Efficiency Total Running Metres Average Running Metres Kick Return Metres Total Points Average Points
Cowboys 2013 3 3 - - 100% 3 - 12 2 0.57 - - 1 2 40 19 1 84.17% 374 124.77 66 44 14.0
Cowboys 2014 10 5 5 - 50% 7 - 28 - - - - - 6 133 43 12 80.95% 1,069 106.99 276 191 19.0
Cowboys 2015 9 5 4 - 56% 8 1 34 56 6.20 25.00% 1 - 6 135 48 8 72.64% 1,065 118.40 333 300 33.0
Cowboys 2016 24 15 9 - 63% 15 - 60 118 4.90 - - 1 11 409 81 18 70.67% 2,592 108.03 750 667 27.0
Cowboys 2017 28 16 12 - 57% 15 17 94 131 4.67 70.83% 1 2 14 526 121 23 74.69% 3,534 126.23 776 926 33.0
Cowboys 2018 24 8 16 - 33% 14 1 58 60 2.50 100.00% 2 2 12 464 139 18 80.96% 3,108 129.53 572 794 33.0
Cowboys 2019 16 6 10 - 38% 11 2 48 78 4.86 100.00% - 3 12 300 79 14 73.93% 2,219 138.73 283 551 34.4
Cowboys 2020 2 1 1 - 50% 1 2 8 - - 100.00% - - 1 41 12 3 73.00% 335 167.55 71 60 30.0

Career Overall

Career Overall
Year Start Year End Played Won Lost Drawn Win % Tries Goals Points Kicking Metres Kicking Metres Average Goal Conversion Rate Forced Drop Outs Try Assists Linebreaks Receipts Tackles Made Missed Tackles Tackle Efficiency Total Running Metres Average Running Metres Kick Return Metres Total Points Average Points
Cowboys 2013 2020 116 59 57 - - 74 23 342 443 3.82 65.71% 4 9 64 2,042 540 97 75.59% 14,237 122.00 3,087 3,535 30.5

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