Troy Dargan, a talented rugby league player who had played for South Sydney Rabbitohs and recently joined Canberra Raiders, tragically passed away at the age of 26.
His death was caused by a motorcycle accident while he was on holiday with his family in the Cook Islands. The unfortunate news of Dargan’s passing was confirmed by Aria Management Group in a statement on social media.
Dargan was known for his skill on the field, his warm personality, and his sportsmanship. He had made his NRL debut with the South Sydney Rabbitohs in 2020 and was set to begin a two-year stint with the Canberra Raiders. His death has deeply affected the rugby league community, with tributes pouring in from teammates, coaches, and fans, all of whom admired his contribution to the sport and his infectious smile.
Dargan’s untimely passing has left his family, friends, and teammates to cherish his memories. His loss is a reminder of the fragility of life and the impact an individual can have on a community. The details of his funeral arrangements or memorial services have not been disclosed, as the family has requested privacy during this difficult time.
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