Dominic Waldouck

Northampton Saints v Wasps - Aviva Premiership match preview
Thursday 27th September 12:50

Northampton show two changes from the side that defeated Worcester five days ago for the Aviva Premiership clash with Wasps on Friday.

Wasps stung by Waldouck KO
Monday 4th April 10:40

London Wasps and England ace Dom Waldouck stands to face the rest of year out of action after splitting his Achilles tendon.

Booth - Exiles still fighting
Sunday 3rd April 18:24

London Irish remain in contention to reach the Aviva Premiership play-offs after beating Wasps 25-12 at the Madejski Stadium.

Wasps duo sidelined
Monday 22nd November 11:20

Wasps have suffered a double blow with the news that vice-captains Dom Waldouck and Rob Webber have been sidelined.

Waldouck extends Wasps stay
Tuesday 17th August 13:57

Wasps have agreed a new deal with Dominic Waldouck that includes both a three-year contract and an appointment as a vice captain.

Barritt earns late call-up
Thursday 17th June 12:42

Saracens centre Brad Barritt has earned a late call-up for England's tour to Australia following injury to Dominic Waldouck.

Saints trio top nominations
Friday 7th May 11:37

Northampton trio Ben Foden, Phil Dowson and Soane Tonga'uiha are in the running to lift the prestigious RPA players' player award.

Hanks - Waldouck for England
Sunday 20th September 19:03

Wasps director of rugby Tony Hanks says Dominic Waldouck is the man to replace the injured Riki Flutey in the England team.

Cipriani commits to Wasps
Friday 6th March 11:23

Danny Cipriani has ended speculation over his future by signing a new deal at Wasps, along with 12 of his team-mates.

Waldouck blow for Wasps
Thursday 9th October 11:11

Centre Dominic Waldouck has dealt Wasps an injury blow ahead of their Heineken Cup campaign.

Double change for England
Monday 2nd June 11:28

Tom Varndell and Dominic Waldouck will replace the injured Paul Sackey and Dan Hipkiss in England's squad for New Zealand.

Wasps ease past Italians
Sunday 10th December 16:45

Wasps demolished Treviso 55-0 at the Causeway Stadium.


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Back Ireland to continue their winning ways

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