Jack Bisset was inducted into the Swans Hall of Fame in 2009.
Premiership Captain-Coach 1933
Swans Team of the Century (Coach)
Having commenced his VFL career with Richmond in 1928, ruckman Jack Bisset made his debut for South Melbourne in 1932, a season in which the Club made the finals for the first time in eight years. The following year he was appointed captain-coach of the Club, and had an immediate impact as South Melbourne won the 1933 Premiership. He continued in the role until the end of his playing career in 1936, and the team reached the grand final in each of those years. In total he played 90 games for South, and coached 80 matches for 63 victories. Jack Bisset was named as the coach of the Swans Team of the Century.