Andrew Fekete


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Fekete was born in Melbourne and enjoys Golf and Horse Racing.


Bowls Right Arm Fast








New Town


A fast bowler who made his first-class debut at the age of 28, Andrew Fekete’s brief stint with Victoria is best remembered for the broken foot he suffered in a one-day match when he copped the brunt of a fierce straight drive from South Australia’s Theo Doropoulos.

Having moved to Tasmania, Fekete was finally selected for his first-class debut on the back of good form in the 2013 Ryobi Cup, highlighted by his man-of-the-match performance against South Australia.

He picked up 4-74 on his Sheffield Shield debut before good performances against Western Australia (2-44 and 4-54) and Queensland (3-41 and 3-36).

Fekete’s breakthrough season came in 2014-15 when he collected 37 Sheffield Shield wickets at a tidy average of 24.10 and won the Ricky Ponting Medal as Tasmania's best player.

He also claimed the David Boon Medal (Sheffield Shield Player of the Year) and the Jack Simmons Medal (Matador Cup Player of the Year) in the same season, becoming the first player since Michael Bevan in 2004-05 to claim all three awards.

Fekete produced another solid summer in 2015-16, returning 28 Sheffield Shield wickets.


Day two highlights: TAS v QLD

Another Tasmanian batting collapse headlined day two of their clash against Queensland in Hobart, as the Tigers were reduced to 9-150 at stumps.

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Fekete falls short of a hat-trick at the MCG

Andrew Fekete removes Rob Quiney and Cameron White in consecutive deliveries, but fell short of a hat-trick in Tasmania's Shield clash against Victoria

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Fekete's four in tough match

It was a hard slog for Tasmania's bowlers but Andrew Fekete still managed to pick up four wickets for the Tigers

Fekete dropped as Tigers wield axe

Tasmania have made a raft of changes to their Shield squad to play New South Wales

Humble Fekete keeps pushing his claim

Robbed of a maiden Test tour by Bangladesh security concerns, Tasmania's Andrew Fekete isn't content to remain a victim of circumstance

Fekete favoured for Aussie A efforts

Paceman still coming to terms with selection gained off the back of superb subcontinental bowling