Shirt Number:
3
DOB:
02.06.99
Debut:
September 2017 v Middlesex
Top Score:
100 v Kent (July 2019)
  • Bowling Average15.62
  • Economy2.73
  • Wickets Taken8
  • Batting Average27.27
  • Highest Score100
  • Runs Scored300
  • Bowling Average18.00
  • Economy6.75
  • Wickets Taken3
  • Batting Average7.00
  • Highest Score9
  • Runs Scored21
  • Bowling Average18.00
  • Economy6.75
  • Wickets Taken3
  • Batting Average7.00
  • Highest Score9
  • Runs Scored21
  • Bowling Average12.86
  • Economy3.33
  • Wickets Taken7
  • Batting Average8.57
  • Highest Score16
  • Runs Scored60
  • Bowling Average31.60
  • Economy2.82
  • Wickets Taken5
  • Batting Average27.75
  • Highest Score67
  • Runs Scored111
  • Bowling Average31.60
  • Economy2.82
  • Wickets Taken5
  • Batting Average27.75
  • Highest Score67
  • Runs Scored111
  • Bowling Average33.67
  • Economy5.22
  • Wickets Taken3
  • Batting Average13.33
  • Highest Score27
  • Runs Scored40

Felix Organ

Batsman

Felix Organ is a right-hand batsman and right-arm off-spinner,

He was born in Sydney, Australia and is a product of Hampshire’s highly successful youth system.

The top-order batsman featured for all of Hampshire’s age-group sides, impressing with his potential as a top-order batsman and occasional off-spinner as well as his leadership skills, leading Hampshire U17s to the 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 against Middlesex in the County Championship in September 2017, before signing a professional 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-hander 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, Felix broke into the First XI to become a regular fixture at the top of the order in 2019, featuring in all of the remaining six County Championship games to conclude the season.

And his insertion into the side provided instant reward as the youngster recorded his maiden century against Kent in only his third First-Class game, whilst also recording career-best figures of 5-25 to secure victory against Surrey to conclude the campaign.

Although the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in a truncated 2020 domestic season, Organ did have an opportunity to feature in all five Bob Willis Trophy fixtures. He also made his T20 debut against Surrey last September.