Frazer WATERS finally achieved the international recognition he fully deserved on England's summer tour of North America and Clive Woodward awarded him a first cap against the US Eagles, to round off a splendid season for this young centre.
Another Ex-Bristol player, Frazer is a hugely talented centre who's early career was blighted by injury. He was out of contract, out of luck and seeking both fitness and an opportunity to return to the game, when he joined Wasps three years ago. He was carefully nursed and matured by Nigel and has took full benefit last year playing alongside Mark DENNEY and Rob HENDERSON.
Thankfully, he appears to have put those injury problems behind him and is rapidly establishing a fine reputation as one of the top centres in the Premiership. With his strength and overall pace, FRAZER maintains a constant threat in mid-field and is never afraid to pin his ears back and go for the gap.
Did you know that Fraser was born in lived in South Africa for 10 years and is studying a surveying degree.
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|Weight:||90kgs / 14st 2lbs|
|Height:||185cm / 6ft 1ins|
|Date of Birth:||31/03/1976|
|Place of Birth:||Cape Town, South Africa|
|Former Clubs:||Bath Rugby, Bristol Rugby, Wasps, Montpellier Herault RC, Benetton Rugby Treviso|
|Representative Honours:||, England A, England XV, Barbarians, England Schools|
|Debut Match:||Sedgley Park 09/01/1999|
|Heroes:||Eddie the Eagle, Daley Thompson|
|Describe Yourself:||Ambitious, dedicated, hard working|
|Fraser's Club Stats:||This Season||Club Total|
|Fraser's Test Stats:||Win Rate||Total|
|Country||Won: 1 Drawn: - Lost: 2||England|
|Drop Goals||-||International Points||-|