Watters leaves St Albans City to join the Crows

16:40 26 June 2014

Chris Watters in action for St Albans City. Picture by Leigh Page.

Chris Watters in action for St Albans City. Picture by Leigh Page.


Royston Town have added player/coach Chris Watters to their team ahead of next season.

Watters played for St Albans City in the Calor Southern Premier Division last season, helping the Saints to promotion, and can operate anywhere down the left-hand side.

The 33-year-old is also an EDSV academy director at Oaklands College in St Albans overseeing one of their teams.

Watters has previously had spells at Boreham Wood and will bring many years of experience to the Crows.


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