Darren Jolly is skilled and he is known for his roles as a ruckman in Sydney’s 2005 premiership and Collingwood’s 2010 premiership.
Jolly was traded to Sydney by the Demons in 2004 for the 15th overall pick in that year’s national draft.
Darren was an integral part of Sydney’s ruck division alongside Jason Ball in 2005, and after Ball’s retirement, he assumed the number one ruck role at Sydney.
Darren was a member of Collingwood’s premiership team in 2010. Collingwood delisted him at the end of the 2013 AFL season.
Darren Jolly New Partner In 2022
Lucy Porter is known as the new partner of embattled former footballer Darren Jolly, has been praised for assisting him in overcoming a recent personal crisis.
Lucy was seen in an Instagram photo with Jolly, 39, during a camping trip along Victoria’s southwest coast over the weekend.
Darren Jolly shared an image of himself and his new partner welcoming a newborn baby girl named Olive Rita Porter Jolly on May 31, 2022. Many people have commented and congratulated him on that post.
Where Is Darren Jolly Ex Wife Deanne Jolly Today?
Darren Jolly’s ex-wife, Deanne Jolly, has been residing in Melbourne, Australia, with her two beautiful daughters in recent days.
Looking at Deanne’s Instagram account, which she has registered under the username @deannejolly, it seems like she is currently focused on her interior design projects.
Darren Jolly and his ex-wife competed in the ninth season of The Block, a reality television series that follows couples as they compete to renovate a house. They returned for The Block’s tenth season in 2015, eventually winning the series.
Darren Jolly Divorce Reason
After 15 years of marriage, Darren Jolly and Deanne Jolly announced their divorce in September 2019. Since the split, Darren has made no secret of his battle with mental illness.
In February, he spoke openly about his business problems and the breakdown of his marriage at Collingwood’s annual general meeting.
Concerns were raised about his well-being on October 26, when Darren shared a heartbreaking tribute to his daughters and admitted he couldn’t ‘go on much longer.’
He told his former teammates that his mental health had deteriorated to the point where he “almost did something stupid and ended his life” around that time.