Dominic Waldouck rugby player
Dominic Waldouck rugby player

Dominic Waldouck

26th Sep 1987 1.80m/65kg Assistant Coach

Born in London, England, Waldouck is a skillful inside centre with ball distribution second to none. A solid defender, Waldouck attended Latymer Upper School and is a former member of Fulham football club's academy.

He began his professional career with London Wasps and made his debut for the club in 2006. In 2007, Waldouck earned himself a Heineken Cup winner's medal as Harlequins beat Leicester Tigers at Twickenham. In July of 2012, Waldouck left Wasps to join Northampton Saints.

On 8 April 2016 it was announced that Waldouck would leave London Irish for the USA and join Ohio in the newly formed PRO Rugby.

Waldouck then joined Newcastle Falcons in August 2016 on a month's trial, performing well enough to be handed a permanent deal with the club.

Dominic signed a new contract with Newcastle Falcons which also allowed the experienced centre to study at Oxford University.

In July 2019, he re-signed with the club on a player/coach basis. A year later, Waldouck signed for Gloucester as the side's new defence coach.

Career

image Gloucester Rugby
Assistant Coach
2020 - present
ws Wasps
Outside Centre
2003 - 2012
nh-saints Northampton Saints
Outside Centre
2012 - 2015
london-irish London Irish
Outside Centre
2015 - 2016
team_ohio Ohio Aviators
Outside Centre
2016 - 2020
newcastle-falcons Newcastle Falcons
Outside Centre
2016 - 2020