Willo Inducted as a 300-Game EFL Life Member at the their AGM.
Marc Williams began his senior career in 2000, running out for his 300th game in the Division 3 finals series this year.
Williams formed part of Scoresby’s drought-breaking Division 2 senior premiership side in 2006, which delivered the club its first senior flag in almost three decades.
Leading the charge in the 19-point grand final win over Norwood was Williams, named best on ground – followed by a runner-up finish in that season’s Division 2 best and fairest.
Williams handled the club’s rise to Division 1 with aplomb, being named in the SEN Team of the Year on three occasions from 2008 to 2010, also running second in the comp goal-kicking three times.
Having played in an era which included star names such as Matt Greig, Kris Barlow and Dan Donati, Williams played on some of the League’s toughest opponents in the early stages of his career.
As a former Scoresby junior at Knoxfield/Scoresby Junior Football Club, Williams’ association with the Magpies extends over 30 years, with his senior career totalling 267 games with Scoresby and 33 with Boronia respectfully.