Who Is Darrell Trindall Son Jordan Trindall? 

Darrel Trindall’s son Jordan Trindall is a local Indigenous barista in the South Sydney area where he sells hot coffee and food. Likewise, he embraces his aboriginal culture on daily runs and shares stories.

Moreover, he worked for Qantas on the Engineering side for 13 years before starting up his own Indigenous coffee van business; Tricksta the Barista.

Also, he does bookings for sports events, NAIDOC week events, parties, worksites, offices and more and expresses that he loves his job. He can be contacted through his LinkedIn account in order to get more information about him.

Age Gap & Family 

Darrell keeps his personal and professional lives separate so many of details are under the wraps. He is currently 50 years old as he was born on 16 February 1972 in Narrabri, New South Wales, Australia.

His son, John’s personal details are not available too for which the exact age gap is hard to determine but it can be around 25 years.

It is challenging to determine whether he is married or not. But it appears that he has not recently made a commitment to anyone. Regarding his prior partnerships, there are numerous rumours.

He was given permission to avoid a previous lover for two years in 2003. His ex-girlfriend admitted that he used to repeatedly terrify her and treat her rudely when they spoke on the phone.

Darrell Trindall Net Worth 2022

As an athlete, Darrell Trindal has a respectable net worth of $5 million and primarily relies on his career to support him. Between 1990 and 1999, he played 10 seasons for the South Sydney Rabbitohs, when he showcased his incredible performances.

His accomplishments throughout his two seasons with the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs were well-received by the crowd. In 1997, when he was named club captain of the South Sydney Rabbitohs, his popularity began to soar online. The name is another player that has achieved success in rugby league.

Trindall competed for Newtown in the Intrust Super Premiership NSW in 2003. His significant effort for the Australian Aboriginal side at the 1992 Pacific Cup is also recalled. As Everyone is aware that salaries and incomes can change over time, his details earnings are not yet accessible.