Kylie Hilder NRL Partner Age And Salary

Kylie Hilder NRL Partner And Husband: Is NSW Coach Married?

Kylie Hilder NRL Partner And Husband: Is NSW Coach Married?

Ky NRL lives with her husband and two children in Forster and has a pleased married life.

Kylie is an Australian former rugby league footballer who is the head coach of the New South Wales Women’s State Origin team.

Kylie Hilder NRL Partner 

Kylie Hilder is married to her husband named Troy Hilder.

She has not revealed much information about her husband anywhere on the internet or even with the media.

However, it is known that Kylie and her husband have given birth to two sons and their names are Ashton Hilder and Nate Hilder.

Not much about Kylie’s family and early life have been revealed yet by the head rugby coach as she is very private about her personal and family life.

What Is Kylie Hilder Age?

Kylie Hilder age is currently 45 years old.

This former rugby player was born on April 1, 1976, in Taree, New South Wales, Australia.

Hilder used to be an Australian touch football representative before switching to rugby league and won four Touch Football Cups for Australia.

In 2009, Kylie began playing rugby league for the Forestville Ferrets and was selected to represent New South Wales and Australia.

Kylie Hilder Salary Revealed

Hilder has not revealed much about her salary anywhere yet.

However, she has surely earned a huge amount of money from her career as a player, and her coaching career has earned her a lot more money.

She has also represented New South Wales again in 2010 before returning to touch football, and in 2017, she was named in the New South Wales squad.

In February 2020, Kylie started her coaching career and coached the Sydney Roosters at the NRL Nines in Perth.

Kylie Hilder Wikipedia Bio

According to Kylie’s Wikipedia bio, she represented Australia and New South Wales.

She made her debut for the Roosters in Round 1 of the 2018 NRL Women’s Season.

Moreover, she was also announced as an assistant coach for the Rooster’s NRL Women’s Premiership team and as head coach of the New South Wales Women’s State of Origin on February 24, 2021.

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