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Marcus Watson arrived at Wasps at the beginning of the 2017/18 season after impressing against the Club while claiming a Premiership brace for Newcastle Falcons at Kingston Park.
After starting his senior career at London Irish, Watson made his way to Saracens where he was part of a Premiership 7s winning squad.
Three years playing for England on the World 7s circuit followed, after which Watson transitioned back to the 15-a-side game with Newcastle, where he spent two seasons.
The older brother of England and British & Irish Lions winger Anthony Watson, Marcus won a silver medal in the 2016 Rio Olympics as part of the Great Britain Rugby 7s squad who lost to Fiji in the final.
Since joining Wasps, Watson has claimed a number of memorable tries, including a first-quarter double at Bath Rugby in December 2017, and another sublime brace v Leicester Tigers in March 2019.
He secured his first Wasps hat-trick against Worcester Warriors at Ricoh Arena in October 2019.
He also revisited former glories as part of his Club’s 2017 Premiership 7s win.