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Former NRL player Darren Trindall today pleaded guilty to assaulting a female friend at a Sydney nightclub.
Trindall pleaded guilty in Sydney's Downing Centre Local Court to indecent assault and assault occasionally bodily harm.
The former Bulldogs player was charged after he pinched the breast of long time friend Kelly Robb in Scruffy Murphys nightclub in Sydney on June 22 last year.
The court was told Trindall now plays rugby league for South Sydney in the Jim Beam Cup - a third-tier competition - and has an alcohol problem. Trindall will be sentenced on October 20.