A Rugby World Cup winner in 2003, he has been one of Gloucester's most influential performers during his time at the club as well as captaining the side on a regular basis.
This season has also seen Tins take his first steps into the world of coaching, working with the backs, alongside Director of Rugby Nigel Davies.
However, any idea that such a move would see him cutting down on his playing time has been swiftly crushed. Tindall has been a massive factor in the Gloucester midfield this season and been playing some great rugby.
Appropriately, with club captain Jim Hamilton on international duty with Scotland, Tindall will lead the team out as skipper against Worcester on Friday evening, and will be sure to receive a massive reception from the Kingsholm faithful.
Director of Rugby Nigel Davies has no doubt about Tindall's contribution, as he told the Gloucester Citizen this week:
"It's fabulous in the modern era, to play 150 games is a big landmark. And also he's probably playing some of his best rugby at the moment.
"He was fantastic, again, at Wasps at the weekend, backing up a big performance against Northampton.
"You can't fault him really, his form is excellent, and he's as fit as anybody in the squad. And age is not really relevant when you are that fit.
"And more importantly, he's hungry, and when players are hungry, they perform.
"He wants to keep playing, he's enjoying his rugby, he's enjoying his role within the group, and he's one of our top performers at the moment."