Jesse Aish played his early football with Pulteney Grammar and Norwood's under-age sides. He played seven games for the under 17 team in 2004, and three for the reserves in 2005. He made his League debut against Central District in round 9, 2006.
He developed further and made 10 senior appearances in 2007, taking out the club's McCallum Trophy (rising star award)
Capable of playing forward or back, he consolidated his spot in the senior team in 2008, adding 17 games to his career total.
Injuries then restricted him to five league and 34 reserves games from 2009-2011.
In 2012 he played in a premiership for the Barossa District Football Club in the Barossa Light and Gawler Football Association. The side was coached by former Redleg , Roger James.
Aish returned to Norwood for five league games in 2013 and continued in the reserves in 2014. In 2015 and 2016 he was an assistant coach for the Norwood reserves.
In 2018 and 2019 Aish played in back to back flags for the University of New South Wales-Eastern Suburbs (Sydney Premier Division) and also joined the Sydney Swans as a junior skills coach.
Jesse's father Michael (307 games), grandfather Peter (162), uncle Andrew (89), and cousin James (24) have also been great servants of the Norwood Football Club.
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