Mesake Doge, born on April 1, 1993, is a Fijian rugby union player who currently plays as a prop for the Pro14 team Dragons.
Doge began his professional career representing Rugby Timișoara during the 2018-19 European Rugby Challenge Cup.
He then joined Brive in 2019, where he played for two seasons, making 24 appearances for the French Top 14 club.
In July 2021, Doge signed with the Dragons, a team in the United Rugby Championship.
He has also been capped internationally for the Fiji national rugby union team, making his debut in 2016. He earned four caps for Fiji, including two starts against New Zealand in 2021.
Doge is known for his powerful presence as a tighthead prop. Prior to his professional career, he played for the Timisoara Saracens in Romania, making 27 appearances and scoring three tries.
He has also represented various Fijian teams, including the Ra Provincial Rugby team, Queen Victoria School Rugby Team, Vatukoula Rugby Union, Tailevu Rugby Union, and Naitasiri Rugby Union in the Skipper Cup.
In August 2022, Doge signed a two-season deal with the Fijian Drua.
Throughout his career, he has achieved notable accomplishments such as winning the Romania Supa Liga in 2018 and being a Dean's Winner in the Under 18 category in 2011, as well as being a winner from Under 14 to Under 16 in the Dean's competition.
Ahead of the Rugby World Cup 2023, Doge has been named in the training squad for Fiji.
|2016 - present|
|2022 - present|
|2019 - 2021|
|2021 - 2022|