Jesse Hogan has been a reporter at The Age since 2004, and has been part of its sports department since 2008. He is primarily focused on cricket and has covered a number of the Australian team's overseas tours, including the 2011 World Cup. He also reports on AFL and soccer.
Jesse Hogan A day dominated by frustration for Steve Smith, as his side struggled to bowl out the West Indies for a second time at the MCG, ended well for him on two fronts: Australia winning to guarantee a...
Australia v West Indies Boxing Day Test 2015: Marsh and Lyon prevent Test from dragging into final day
Jesse Hogan Australia's specialist pacemen have Nathan Lyon and Mitch Marsh to thank for sparing them, and their teammates, from needing to return to the MCG on day five to win the Boxing Day test and seal a...
Australia v West Indies: Improved West Indies batting stymies Australia's progress in Boxing Day Test
Jesse Hogan If ever holding a lead of 459 with two days remaining was not a cause for celebration it was on Monday, after the West Indies enjoyed their least-worst day of the series.
Jesse Hogan Sport is reputed to be at its best when you cannot anticipate the outcome. What happened at the MCG on Sunday, Australia passing 550 without losing a wicket and the West Indies cheaply shedding six...
Jesse Hogan and Chris Barrett The ease with which the former Test opener has returned to cricket, as a member of the media, is best reflected his preparedness to explain what was long the elephant in the room.
Jesse Hogan Ordinarily, having a team 3-345 after choosing to send them in would be a sign of a poor or squandered toss decision.
Jesse Hogan Melbourne Stars face the daunting task of kickstarting their Big Bash League season on Sunday night on the road without their best batsman: Kevin Pietersen.
Jesse Hogan When the players run out on the MCG on Saturday it will mark 15 years since one of Australia's most unlikely and unconventional Test cricketers of the past two decades, Colin ''Funky'' Miller, made...
Jesse Hogan Joe Burns has the chance to cement his position for Australia's crucial looming tour of New Zealand after selectors instead dropped Shaun Marsh for the Boxing Day Test.
Australia v West Indies: Windies captain Jason Holder downplays bowlers' 'bad game' in Hobart as a one-off
Jesse Hogan West Indies captain Jason Holder is confident the fast-bowlers who let them down in Hobart will better demonstrate their talent in Melbourne in the Boxing Day Test.
Jesse Hogan Josh Hazlewood has been subject to huge raps for close to a decade, that he would be the next big thing in fast-bowling in Australia - and the 24-year-old is now justifying that reputation.
Jesse Hogan A masterclass in clinical batting from Moises Henriques and Michael Lumb led Sydney Sixers to overhauling Melbourne Renegades' 7-172 with seven balls to spare on Wednesday night.
Jesse Hogan Mitch Marsh could join the Australian contingent who will be on the road for six consecutive months next year, as he contemplates ending his two-year absence from the Indian Premier League.
Jesse Hogan Dwayne Bravo has launched a strong defence of Jerome Taylor's commitment to the West Indies in the aftermath of his fielding blunder at the weekend.
Jesse Hogan When Greg Shipperd arrives at Etihad Stadium on Wednesday evening, as coach of Sydney Sixers, he will pursuing something he has fiercely fought against since mid 2002: leading a visiting team to...
Jesse Hogan One of the emerging players who fits selectors' preference for express pace, Sean Abbott, says he is eager and ready to build on the taste of international cricket he got last summer.
Jesse Hogan Usman Khawaja says his high-intensity innings for Sydney Thunder in Sunday's Big Bash League game against Melbourne Stars was a great conditioner for the Boxing Day Test.
Jesse Hogan Beaten Melbourne Stars captain David Hussey admitted he underrated Usman Khawaja's capability in limited-overs until the left-hander's unbeaten century led Sydney Thunder to a one-run victory on...
Jesse Hogan Usman Khawaja's century was the inspiration Sydney Thunder needed to score a dramatic one-run win over the Melbourne Stars at the MCG on Sunday night.
Jesse Hogan Cameron White needed only one innings to give a firm reminder he is not a spent force in Australian cricket, despite being overlooked for the preceding two months.