Felix Organ is a right-handed top-order batsman who signed a professional contract with the Club in 2018.
Born in Sydney Australia, Felix is a Hampshire youth-system product and was vice-captain of the Hampshire Under 17’s during their prestigious ECB Under-17 County Championship win in 2015.
After impressive performances for Hampshire Academy and Hampshire Second XI as a teenager, he made his first-team debut in September 2017 against Middlesex in the County Championship, before signing a pro deal in 2018.
Felix captained the Hampshire Academy in the Southern Premier League for both the 2017 & 2018 seasons, leading from the front by pushing himself to the top of the highest run-scorers for the 2018 season with 843-runs. The right-handed batsman also impressed in the top order for the Hampshire Second XI, scoring three hundreds in the Second XI Championship including a 189 against Surrey and a 163 against Kent.
After being awarded his first professional contract, Organ prepared for the 2019 season by travelling to the Gold Coast, Australia to captain Broadbeach Robina Cricket Club, where he gained valuable experience from playing abroad.
That experience was put to good use as Felix broke into the first team in July, featuring in all of the remaining six County Championship games of 2019. Organ scored his maiden century against Kent in only his third first-class game and took a record 5/25 against Surrey in September.