Dominic Day rugby player
Dominic Day rugby player

Dom Day

22nd Aug 1985 1.98m/118kg No 5 Lock

Born in Pembroke, Wales, Day stands at almost 2 metres in height and over 18 stone in weight. An imposing second row forward, Day has earned himself a reputation as a powerful ball carrier and reliable lineout operator.

Having represented Wales at underage level, Day earned himself a contract with the Scarlets where his professional career began.

Having represented the West Wales side on over 100 occasions, Day left Llanelli and took up a contract with Bath. The lock made 3 Test appearances for Wales and was also included in their 2015 RWC squad.

In August 2016, after a ten-year career in the Pro 12 (Europe), England Premiership (England) and Top League (Japan), Day signed a one-year deal with the Rebels.

In April 2017, Saracens completed the signing of the former Wales international lock forward for the for the 2017/18 season.

He joined the north Londoners on a two-year deal from Australian Super Rugby side Melbourne Rebels.

The former Scarlets and Bath star made his Wales debut against Ireland in Cardiff in 2015, featuring for his country in the World Cup against Uruguay and has played in Japan for Toyota Verblitz and the Rebels since leaving the Aviva Premiership in 2016.

Day began the 2018/2019 Champions Cup with 41 European Cups appearances and 5 tries, 25 points scored.

After nearly 3 seasons with Saracens, a recurring knee injury forced Day to retire from Professional Rugby in November 2019 in order to concentrate on Business interests.

He retired having made 34 appearances for Saracens.

(LS August 23, 2021)


scarlets Scarlets
No 5 Lock
2006 - 2012
bath Bath Rugby
No 5 Lock
2012 - 2016
verblitz Toyota Verblitz
No 4 Lock
2016 - 2016
wales Wales
No 5 Lock
2015 - 2017
rebels Melbourne Rebels
No 5 Lock
2017 - 2017
saracens Saracens
No 5 Lock
2017 - 2019