The South West Wanderers most prestigious award a player can receive is the Marc Warren trophy.
Marc Warren as a junior player was coached , nurtured and developed under the watchful eye of our clubs technical director Nick Dimovski. Marc from the ages of 11years to 15years old was under the watchful eye of our technical director and the progression saw him represent Australia from 2007 – 2009 as Marc was selected into the Australian Joeys team U/17s which went onto the world cup team for the Young Socceroos U/20s in 2010 – 2011. Marc was signed with Australian Club Central Coast Mariners in 2010-2011 before making the move to English club Sheffield United in 2011- 2012. He departed Sheifled Wednesday Airdire United for 2012-2013 season before coming home to Australia signing with Sydney Fc in 2013-2014. Marc has signed with APIA Leichardt for 2015 season. Warren made a return to professional football, after accepting a 1-year contract from A-League club Perth Glory in the Australian A League.
During his playing career Marc also has been a coach with South West Wanderers in 2014 – 2015.
Winners Of The Marc Warren Trophy SWWFC
2018 – Cheehan Dutt Senior Marc Warren Trophy Winner
2018 – Ben Nikolov Junior Marc Warren Trophy Winner
2017 – Zachariah Wilden Senior Marc Warren Trophy Winner
2017 – Oliver Field Junior Marc Warren Trophy Winner
2016 – Stefan Markovski Senior Marc Warren Trophy Winner
2016 – Harry Legender Junior Marc Warren Trophy Winner
2015 – Braydon Waters Senior Marc Warren Trophy Winner
2015 – Vince Romeo Junior Marc Warren Trophy Winner
2014 – Vinnett Mesuira Senior Marc Warren Trophy Winner
2014 – Aaron Green Junior Marc Warren Trophy Winner
2013– Liam Storkey Senior Marc Warren Trophy Winner
2013– Jezdacus Ruka Junior Marc Warren Trophy Winner
2012 – Dominic Del Rosario Senior Marc Warren Trophy Winner
2012 – Akiel Raffie Junior Marc Warren Trophy Winner
2011– Todd Cotterill Senior Marc Warren Trophy Winner
2011 – Jack Herdman Junior Marc Warren Trophy Winner
Marc Warren Biography
Height: 172 cm
Weight: 68 kg
Date of birth: Feb 11, 1992
Place of birth: Sutherland (NSW)
History: It didn’t take long for Marc Warren to attract the attention, as the young defender was snapped up by English Championship side Sheffield United before he had even made an appearance for the Central Coast Mariners. After graduating through the ranks of the Qantas Joeys and now Young Socceroos, Warren is a talented left-back quickly becoming an important resource for Young Socceroos coach Jan Versleijen
A Word From Marc
Marc Warren said “ I’m delighted to have a trophy named after me at a massive club such as south west wanderers. The wanderers are known for their player development and on the park success. Association based clubs such as the wanderers are very important to the footballing landscape , without local clubs in grassroots , creating dreams by providing perfect environments for the children to learn in , we wouldn’t have the quality of Australian players coming through the system back home. I do hope to be at the 2012 club presentation to personally hand the award out to the winners. I will also like to wish all the 2011/2012 wanderers players the best of luck and remember hard work beats talent if talent does not work hard enough.