Kimberly Rendall is the wife of Cameron Ciraldo, the Australian professional rugby league coach.
Ciraldo is a former rugby player who currently serves as the head coach of the Italian national team. He played as a second-row. Currently, he is an assistant coach of the team Penrith Panthers in the National Rugby League.
Kimberly tied the knot with Ciraldo in October 2007 and together they are blessed with two children.
Cameron Ciraldo's Wife and Family
Kimberly and Cameron exchanged their wedding vows at St Andrew's Church in Cronulla in October 2007.
Previously living in the Shire, Kimberly worked as a sales representative before the family moved to Newcastle for Cameron's sports career. On October 19, 2007, he grabbed a 2-year contract with the Newcastle Knights.
Kimberly had a relationship before marrying Cameron. In detail, the rugby coach has a step-son Kai Rendall from his wife's previous relationship and a daughter named Taya with Kimberly.
Cameron Ciraldo's Net Worth, Salary And Early Life
Ciraldo is dubbed one of the wealthiest rugby players and one of the most popular. In 2006, he landed the third position in the Sexiest Man in Rugby League contest.
His net worth is estimated to be around 1.5 million USD.
On October 30, 1984, Cameron was born to Nick and Kelly in New South Wales, Australia. His grandmother was of Italian descent and immigrated to Australia from Italy as a child.
Cameron Ciraldo's Rugby Career
Being a football fan from childhood, Ciraldo made his NRL debut with the team Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks in the year 2005 playing against the Melbourne Storm at Endeavour Field.
In 2009, he competed for Italy in the Australian Mediterranean (Aus-Med) Shield at Marconi Stadium, Sydney.
It was the same year when Cameron had his unfortunate accident, also remembered as "One of the most terrible injuries on a football field."
While playing against Cronulla-Sutherland at Toyota Stadium, his ankle turned at about 90 degrees shattering his fibula in four places, further dislocating his ankle.
After investing almost a decade as a rugby player, Ciraldo announced his retirement and joined Penrith Panthers as an assistant coach in 2014. He worked under the head coach Trent Barrett and in 2015, he was named head coach for the team.
Coming in 2016, he made his name as the head coach of the Italian national team.
In the years following, Cameron served as a caretaker coach for Penrith Panthers, leading the team to qualify for the finals.