Educated at Wellington College in New Zealand, Dundon is an industrious hooker whose professional career came about by chance.
During a 6 month holiday to Ireland, Dundon began playing with occasionally with Dublin side Seapoint. From there he joined Clontarf Rugby Club and was brought into the Leinster setup as a member of the first team squad.
Dundon played 49 times as a hooker for Leinster, scoring an impressive 10 tries. He won six titles during his time with the Province, including the Heineken Cup (twice) and the PRO12 (twice).
He coached Clontarf RFC between 2013 and 2016, making a key contribution as the Dublin outfit won two All-Ireland League titles in three seasons.
In June 2017, Dundon moved to Ulster as scrum coach from French side FC Grenoble, where he held the roles of Forwards Coach and Interim Joint Head Coach, and had a particular focus on the set piece and breakdown.
|2018 - present|
|2010 - 2016|