Kyle Feldt

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Kyle Feldt
Personal information
Born (1992-02-09) 9 February 1992 (age 26)
Townsville, Queensland, Australia
Height 191 cm (6 ft 3 in)
Weight 103 kg (16 st 3 lb)
Playing information
Position Wing

Years Team Pld T G FG P
2013– North Queensland 98 62 19 0 286
As of 5 September 2018
Source: [1]

Kyle Feldt (born 9 February 1992) is an Australian professional rugby league footballer for the North Queensland Cowboys in the National Rugby League. Feldt primarily plays centre or wing and was a member of the Cowboys' 2015 NRL premiership and 2016 World Club Challenge winning sides.

Early life

Born and raised in Townsville, Queensland, Feldt played his junior football for the Norths Thuringowa Devils and attended Ignatius Park College before being signed by the North Queensland Cowboys.[2] In 2008, Feldt was selected for the Queensland under-16 team. In 2009, he played for the Townsville Stingers in the inaugural season of the Mal Meninga Cup. In 2010, Feldt was selected for the Queensland under-18 team.[citation needed]

Feldt played for the Cowboys NYC team from 2010 to 2012.[3] On 30 August 2011, Feldt was named on the interchange bench in the 2011 NYC Team of the Year. He finished his NYC career as the competition's highest ever point scorer, with 570 points.[4] In the Grand Final against the New Zealand Warriors, Feldt had the chance to win the premiership for the Cowboys, however he missed an easy conversion on the full-time siren, and the Cowboys lost the match in golden point extra time 31–30.[5] On 16 October 2011, Feldt played for the Junior Kangaroos against the Junior Kiwis, playing on the wing in the 28-16 win at Hunter Stadium.[6] On 2 December 2011, Feldt extended his contract with the Cowboys to the end of the 2014 season.[7]

Playing career


In Round 21 of the 2013 NRL season, Feldt made his NRL debut for the North Queensland Cowboys against the South Sydney Rabbitohs, on the wing in the 30-12 win at 1300SMILES Stadium.[8][9] In his next match in Round 22 against the Penrith Panthers, Feldt scored his first NRL career try in the Cowboys 36-4 win at Penrith Stadium.[10] After the Cowboys Round 23 match against the Gold Coast Titans, in which he scored 2 tries in the 22-10 win at 1300SMILES Stadium, Feldt injured his ankle at training, ending his debut season in the NRL.[11][12] Feldt finished his debut year in the NRL with him playing in 3 matches and scoring 3 tries in the 2013 NRL season. In October 2013, Feldt was awarded the Cowboys Rookie of the Year award.[13]


In February 2014, Feldt played in the Cowboys successful 2014 Auckland Nines squad.[14] Feldt starred in the tournament, finishing as the highest try scorer, alongside Parramatta's Semi Radradra, with 5 tries, and was named Breakout Player of the Tournament. On 26 May 2014, Feldt re-signed with the Cowboys until the end of 2017.[15] After the Cowboys Round 7 loss to the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, Feldt spent time in the Queensland Cup for the Northern Pride before earning an NRL recall in Round 24 to replace Matthew Wright, scoring 2 tries in the Cowboys 22-10 win over South Sydney Rabbitohs at ANZ Stadium.[16][17] Feldt finished off the 2014 NRL season with him playing in 10 matches and scoring 7 tries.


In January 2015, Feldt was a member of the newly established QAS Emerging Maroons squad.[18] On 31 January and 1 February, Feldt again played in the Auckland Nines.[19] Feldt played in Round 2 and Round 3 before spending a big part of the season playing for the Townsville Blackhawks in the Queensland Cup.[20][21] On 3 May 2015, Feldt represented the Queensland Residents against the New South Wales Residents, playing at centre and scoring a try in Queensland's 36-32 win at Langlands Park.[22][23] Feldt returned to first grade in Round 24, scoring a hat-trick of tries in the match against the New Zealand Warriors at Mt Smart Stadium, which the Cowboys won 50-16.[24][25]

On 4 October 2015, in the Cowboys' Grand Final match against the Brisbane Broncos, Feldt scored a try shortly after the full-time siren which levelled the scores and gave Johnathan Thurston a chance to win the match. Feldt scored in the corner after Thurston, pressured by Broncos front rowers Adam Blair and Sam Thaiday, was forced to pass to Michael Morgan on the final play who made a break down the right edge and flick passed to Feldt after drawing a defender. Thurston missed the subsequent kick after it hit the upright. Feldt then produced a kick off that forced a mistake from Broncos halfback Ben Hunt which gave the Cowboys the field position required for Thurston to kick the winning field goal to win the match 17-16.[26][27] Feldt finished off his premiership winning 2015 NRL season having played in 9 matches, scoring 8 tries and kicking 1 goal.[28]


On 2 February 2016, Feldt was named in the Cowboys' 2016 NRL Auckland Nines squad.[29] On 21 February 2016, Feldt was a member of the Cowboys' 2016 World Club Challenge winning side, starting on the wing in the side's 38-4 victory over the Leeds Rhinos at Headingley Stadium.[30] On 5 May 2016, Feldt was named on the wing in QRL journalist Tony Webeck's Queensland Residents team of the past 10 years.[31] After showing good form in the early rounds, Feldt was in contention for the Queensland State of Origin squad but unfortunately after error riddled performances against the Brisbane Broncos and the St George Illawarra Dragons, Feldt missed out on a wing spot to Corey Oates.[32] Feldt finished the 2016 NRL season as the Cowboys' top try scorer, with 15 tries in 24 matches.[33]


In January 2017, Feldt was a member of the QAS Emerging Origin squad.[34] In January 2017, Feldt was again selected in the Cowboys 2017 NRL Auckland Nines squad.[35] In Round 4 of the 2017 NRL season, he played his 50th NRL game. On 15 May 2017, Feldt re-signed with the Cowboys until the end of the 2020 season.[36] In Round 16 against the Penrith Panthers, Feldt scored the try of the year by leaping in the air to catch a cross field kick from Michael Morgan, towering over Panthers winger Josh Mansour to score in the corner to tie the match at 12-12 all with a conversion to come in the 78th minute. Cowboys backup goal kicker Ethan Lowe would eventually nail the kick from the sideline to win the match for the Cowboys 14-12 at 1300SMILES Stadium.[37] Feldt would some superb form on the wing as the Cowboys did a shock Finals winning run into the 2017 NRL Grand Final.[38][39] On 1 October 2017, Feldt started on the wing for the Cowboys in the Grand Final against the Melbourne Storm in which they lost convincingly 34-6.[40][41] For the second straight season, Feldt finished the 2017 NRL season as the Cowboys top try scorer with 15 tries in 28 matches.


On 23 January 2018, in the special Testimonial match for Johnathan Thurston and Cameron Smith as the Cowboys played their last year grand final opponents the Melbourne Storm, Feldt starred on the wing scoring a hat trick of tries, the third try coming from a Johnathan Thurston banana kick on the 5th and last tackle with 18 seconds to go to score in the corner to steal a 16-14 victory at Suncorp Stadium.[42] In June 2018, in the lead up to Game 2 of the 2018 State of Origin series, Feldt was selected as 19th man for Queensland as cover for the backline.[43] In Round 24, he scored his second NRL hat trick in a 44-6 win over Parramatta.

He finished as the club's top try scorer for the third straight season, with 14 tries from 24 games.

Achievements and accolades





Statistics are correct to the end of the 2018 season [1]
Denotes seasons in which Feldt won an NRL Premiership
Season Team Matches T G GK % F/G Pts
2013 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland 3 3 0 0 12
2014 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland 10 7 0 0.0 0 28
2015 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland 9 8 1 25.0 0 34
2016 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland 24 15 0 0 60
2017 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland 28 15 17 70.8 0 94
2018 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland 24 14 1 100 0 58
Career totals 98 62 19 61.3 0 286


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  21. ^ "Kyle Feldt to play against Burleigh after recovering from bicep injury". TownsvilleBulletin. 
  22. ^ "Defending premiers dominate Qld Residents team". NRL - The official site of the National Rugby League - 
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External links

  • North Queensland Cowboys profile
  • NRL profile
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