|Full name||Paul Kaine Robertson|
|Date of birth||29 October 1980|
|Place of birth||Auckland, New Zealand|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Weight||12 st 4 lb (78 kg)|
|Rugby union career|
Robertson contributed to Viadana's victory in the 2001–02 Italian Championship with 12 tries that made him the Italian seasonal top try scorer; he went on winning two Italian Cups (in 2003 and 2007), and was part of the side that got to the Championship's final in 2008–09, who eventually lost to Benetton Treviso. He was also top try scorer in 2006–07 (9 tries) and 2008–09 (11 tries).
His pace and power made him an immediate hit with his club side Viadana, he contributed to Viadana's victory in the 2001–02 Italian Championship with 12 tries that made him the Italian seasonal top try scorer; and was part of the Viadana side that won two Italian Cups (in 2003 and 2007). He was also top try scorer in the Italian league in 2006–07 (9 tries) and 2008–09 (11 tries).
He joined the inaugural Aironi side for the 2010/11 season, but didn't play until January after suffering an injury in pre season, throughout his time injured he lost his place on the right wing, a place he has held most of the time since his debut.
He made his Six Nations debut as a replacement against Ireland in 2005, but it was in 2007 that he had his finest moment in an Italy shirt. Robertson scored one of Italy's four tries against Scotland at Murrayfield to secure Italy's first ever away Six Nations win.
Robertson was back in action for the 2008 Six Nations, playing in four of five Tests before touring Argentina and South Africa in the summer. He then featured in all three of Italy's autumn internationals as they went down to Australia, Argentina and the Pacific Islanders.
He continued to be a constant member of the Italy side up until 2010.
- Elisa Pignatti (2007-12-07). "Kaine, la freccia giallonera" [Kaine, the Black-and-Yellow Arrow] (PDF). La Cronaca di Mantova (in Italian). Mantua. Retrieved 2010-02-18.
- Andrea Buongiovanni (2009-05-31). "La capitale è sempre Treviso" [Treviso Is still the Capital]. Gazzetta dello Sport (in Italian). Milan. Retrieved 2010-02-18.