Full Name: JACK BISSET
Date of Birth: 1901
Height: 180 cm ( 5-11 )
Weight: 83 kg ( 13-1 )
Debut: 21/04/1928, Round 1, North Melbourne
Last Game: 10/10/1931, Round GF, Geelong
Seasons: 1928 , 1931
Total Games: 38
Total Goals: 9
Jack played mainly in the ruck and at full-back. He was a very tough, strong competitor and a fine team man. He joined Richmond in 1928, at the age of 27, after a successful career in the country and with Port Melbourne. After one season he crossed to Nhill; however, he returned to Richmond in 1931. He was a member of Richmond’s 1928 and 1931 Grand Final sides and was voted the club’s best player in the 1931 semi-final against Geelong. He was a reliable player who missed only one game in his two seasons with Richmond. He crossed to South Melbourne in 1932 and served as playing-coach between 1933 and 1936. He led South to 65 wins in 82 games, including the 1933 Premiership and also led them into the 1934, 1935 and 1936 Grand Finals. He played his last senior game at the age of 36. A farmer he died in 1966.
Nar Nar Goon 1920-22 ( Premiership 1921, Captain 1921 ) ; Port Melbourne 1922-25 ; Stawell Captain/Coach 1926-27 ( Honours - Premiership 1926 ).
Nhill Captain/Coach 1929-30 ; South Melbourne 1932-36, Games 90, Goals 10 ( Honours - Premiership 1933, Captain/Coach 1933-36, Victorian Representative Team ) ; Port Melbourne1937, Games 36 including 1922-25, Goals 11 including 1922-25.