Ramesses Moore-McGuinness (born in 6 January 2000) is a US Virgin Islands footballer who plays for the US Virgin Islands national team.
McGuiness was born and raised in Saint Croix, United States, he and his brother moved in 2015 to West Windsor Township, New Jersey to live with relatives in the wake of Hurricane Irma. He attended West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South in New Jersey, and was named Colonial Valley Conference Player of the Year while leading his team to a Mercer County Tournament finals appearance in 2017.
He debuted internationally on 12 October 2018 in a match against Curaçao in a 0-5 defeat in the CONCACAF Nations League qualifying.
In 11 November 2018, McGuiness participated in a youth level in the US Virgin Islands U20 team at the 2018 CONCACAF Under-20 Championship held in United States where he scored his goal for the youth team against Suriname in a massive 13-2 defeat.
In 12 October 2019, McGuiness scored his first senior goal for the US Virgin Islands during the match against non-FIFA memeber Saint Martin in a 1-2 loss in the CONCACAF Nations League.