Fraser Waters

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Fraser Waters
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Birth name Fraser Henry Hamilton Waters
Date of birth (1976-03-31) 31 March 1976 (age 42)
Place of birth Cape Town, South Africa
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Weight 14 st 10 lb (93 kg)
School Harrow School
University Bristol
Notable relative(s) Spouse: Felicity Waters

-Children: Freddy Waters and Albert Waters -Sister: Sacha Waters

-Brother: Marcus D. N. Waters (born 2 December 1973)
Rugby union career
Position(s) Centre
Current team Treviso
Senior career
Years Team Apps (Points)
London Wasps
National team(s)
Years Team Apps (Points)
2001–04 England 3 (0)

Fraser Henry Hamilton Waters (born 31 March 1976 in Cape Town) is an English former rugby union footballer who played at Centre for clubs including London Wasps and Treviso.


Waters grew up in Cape Town before moving, aged 11, with his family to Jersey in the Channel Islands. He was educated at Harrow School[citation needed] and the University of Bristol.[citation needed]

He started his professional career at Bath where in May 1996, he played in the cross-code games against Wigan,[citation needed] who were then England's top union and league sides respectively.

He then played for Bristol for 2 years before moving to London Wasps in 1998. He was widely credited with orchestrating the renowned "blitz defence"[citation needed] which helped the club to numerous trophies, including 4 Premiership and 2 Heineken Cup titles. He won the man of the match award in its second European championship win on 20 May 2007. The final, played at Twickenham, set a world record for the highest attendance figure for a club rugby match (at around 82,000). Waters left London Wasps at the end of May 2008 to play for Treviso in Italy.[2] He retired in 2012.[3]


  • 3 Caps 2001–04


  1. ^ Stat Bunker
  2. ^ Waters to join Treviso
  3. ^

External links

  • Wasps profile
  • Fraser Waters gallery

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