Lee Waterman leaves Doncaster

Doncaster have confirmed that Lee Waterman has been released from his contract at the club.

Personal circumstances mean that the player no longer has the time time to commit to training and playing with the Dons.

The centre joined the Dons from York City Knights in 2012, and in his first season, he scored 36 tries to help the Dons to the Championship One title.

“I’ve enjoyed every minute of playing for Doncaster, it was a fantastic achievement to win the league back in 2012,” he said.

“I would like to thank all of the coaching staff for giving me the opportunity to play and I would also like to thank the fans who have been great from day one during my time here.

“I hope the team can turn this season around and I will be down at the Keepmoat to support them when I can.”

Dons chief executive Carl Hall added: “I would personally like to thank Lee for his efforts during his time during the club, he has been and played a big part in our group.

“He is certainly a character and he contributed massively to us making history by winning the league and Grand Final in Championship 1 back in 2012.

“Lee also played a massive part in helping us achieve back to back playoff spots in the Championship in the last two campaigns.

“I would like to wish him every success in the future.”

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