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|Date of birth||(1993-11-10) 10 November 1993|
|Place of birth||Auckland, New Zealand|
|Height||1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|Weight||122 kg (19 st 3 lb)|
|School||Sacred Heart College|
|Rugby union career|
Dominic Robertson-McCoy (born 10 November 1993) is a professional rugby union player from New Zealand. He primarily plays as a prop and can play at both loosehead and tighthead. Robertson-McCoy currently plays for Irish provincial side Connacht in the Pro12. He previously played at provincial level in New Zealand for Northland. Robertson-MCoy is qualified to play for Ireland at international level through his grandfather from Mowan in County Armagh.
Born in Auckland, Robertson-McCoy attended Sacred Heart College in the city. During his time in the school, Robertson-McCoy played for the school's rugby team. During his time in school, he also played for Auckland under-age teams. In 2013, Robertson-McCoy began playing for the Auckland Marist senior side, having played under-age for them already. In 2014 he was part of Auckland's wider training group for the National Provincial Championship.
Robertson-McCoy began playing for Northland in the 2015 NPC. The move to Northland also meant a move from Marist to Hikurangi. Robertson-McCoy made his debut for Northland when he started at tighthead prop against Hawke's Bay in the season opener on 16 August 2015. He played his next game against Wellington on 29 August, coming on as a 64th minute replacement for Namatahi Waa. Robertson-McCoy played again a week later against Taranaki, coming off the bench at half time and again replacing Waa. He played a total of three times for the side in the competition as the team lost all their games and finished bottom of the Championship Division. During his time with Northland, Robertson-McCoy was part of the Blues Development side. It was announced during the summer in 2016 that Robertson-McCoy was moving to Ireland to join Pro12 champions Connacht. Robertson-McCoy joined Connacht for their pre-season and played no part for Northland in the 2016 NPC.
It was announced in June 2016 that Robertson-McCoy signed for Connacht and would join them ahead of the 2016–17 season. Robertson-McCoy is Irish-qualified through his grandfather, who was born in Armagh.