Jesse Hogan

Jesse Hogan

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.

Joe Burns impresses David Warner as batsmen vie to succeed Chris Rogers in Tests

Jesse Hogan David Warner is encouraged by his early batting experience with one of the candidates to join him at the top of the order in Australia's Test team.

Playful tussle with James Pattinson leaves Nathan Coulter-Nile's shirt torn to shreds

Jesse Hogan Australia pride themselves on boasting a battery of fast-bowlers who can wreak havoc. James Pattinson proved on Wednesday he fitted that mould - by destroying the training shirt of fellow...

Suspended James Faulkner difficult to replace for England one-dayers, says Steve Smith

Steve Smith

Jesse Hogan Australia captain Steve Smith says suspended all-rounder James Faulkner will be hard to replace with the bat and, particularly, bowling at the death in the one-day series against England.

England ODI series a chance for George Bailey to again secure Australia berth

A cricket ball

Jesse Hogan The vacancy left by now-former Australia captain Michael Clarke for their one-day series against England, to start on Thursday, is set to give George Bailey an opportunity to remind everyone why he...

Perth, Sydney Sixers set to share $1.4m for Champions League cancellation

T20 Big Bash League Final at Manuka Oval, Canberra. Sydney Sixers vs Perth Scorchers. Yasir Arafat of the Perth Scorchers celebrates a wicket with his team.

Canberra Times photo by Matt Bedford

Jesse Hogan Perth Scorchers and Sydney Sixers will share in more than $1 million compensation from Cricket Australia for the cancellation of the lucrative Twenty20 tournament.

Newly precise Pat Cummins in form as England one-dayers set to begin

More focused: Pat Cummins said that although he did not play, being a part of the Ashes squad had helped him.

Jesse Hogan Pat Cummins says his belated focus on a precise run-up, and ending his haphazard approach to the wicket, have helped him make what is an impressive start to the limited-overs series against England.

Women's Ashes: Big-hitting Grace Harris a highlight as Stars finish with loss

Grace Harris bats for Queensland.

Jesse Hogan Amid the Southern Stars' awful batting across the Twenty20 series to end the women's Ashes came the emergence of a player likely to be persisted with for years to come.

Steve Smith laments Australia's poor finish as England hang on to win Twenty20

The Australian team look dejected after their loss to England.

Jesse Hogan Acting Twenty20 captain Steve Smith cited the inability of Australia's middle-order batsmen to score boundaries immediately upon arriving at the crease as significant in England's ability to hang on...

England overcome Steve Smith's 90 to seal Twenty20 win over Australia

Swashbuckling ... Steve Smith hit 90 off 52 in a brilliant innings.

Jesse Hogan Steve Smith came within 10 runs of replicating his remarkable record of scoring a century in his first match as captain as Australia squandered a great opportunity to successfully chase a hefty total...

Women's Ashes: England easily beat Southern Stars in series finale

The Southern Stars  celebrate with the Ashes trophy after the third T20 ended in Cardiff on Monday.

Jesse Hogan For the second time this month the winner of an Ashes series has come a cropper at the end.

Shane Watson savours Australia return after most of Ashes on sidelines

Watto shotto: Shane Watson takes the aerial route against Ireland last week.

Jesse Hogan Returning Australian all-rounder Shane Watson has expressed his delight at earning selection for the one-day series against England after being overlooked for most of the Ashes.

Southern Stars relishing tighter links with their Australian male counterparts

Australian Twenty20 captains Meg Lanning and Aaron Finch, who is injured.

Jesse Hogan As Australia's elite men's and women's teams prepare to play on the same day in a double-header, in Cardiff against England, Southern Stars veteran Alex Blackwell says the links between them are...

Marcus Stoinis to to make T20 debut for Australia in Cardiff

Victorian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis will make his international debut on Monday.

Jesse Hogan Victorian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis will make his international debut on Monday when Australia begin their limited-overs series against England, in the teams' one-off Twenty20 in Cardiff.

Cardiff clash with England to herald start of Australia's World T20 preparation

Steve Smith says he has no interest in being Australia's T20 captain.

Jesse Hogan Australia's biennial focus on fashioning an effective Twenty20 line-up to break their poor record at the World Twenty20 tournaments starts on Monday in Cardiff.

Women's Ashes 2015: Southern Stars want to solve batting stumbles as series ends

Jesse Hogan With the women's Ashes won, Southern Stars coach Matthew Mott has turned his attention to fixing the team's stuttering scoring in Monday's series-ending match in Cardiff.

Women's Ashes: Series win another endorsement of Lanning's elevation to captain

Jesse Hogan The Southern Stars' triumph in the women's Ashes series was another endorsement for Cricket Australia expediting Meg Lanning's rise to the captaincy.

Women's Ashes: Great bowling under pressure delivers Stars another triumph

Jesse Hogan When Alex Blackwell was recently reflecting on becoming the first Southern Stars player to reach 200 matches one of her fondest memories was successfully defending 8-106 in the 2010 World Twenty20...

Women's Ashes: bowler Rene Farrell pleads for interview with Karl Stefanovic

HOVE, ENGLAND - AUGUST 28:  Rene Farrell of Australia celebrates after getting the wicket of Lydia Greenway of England to win the Ashes during the 2nd NatWest T20 of the Women's Ashes Series between England and Australia Women at County Ground on August 28, 2015 in Hove, United Kingdom.  (Photo by Jordan Mansfield/Getty Images)

Jesse Hogan Rene Farrell just helped her team win the Ashes. Now, she's eyeing another life goal: to be interviewed by Australian TV breakfast-show host Karl Stefanovic.

Women's Ashes: Winning captain Lanning hails bowlers for defending meagre score

Jesse Hogan Triumphant Southern Stars captain Meg Lanning has hailed her bowlers for keeping England to their record-low Twenty20 score of 87 to officially snare the women's Ashes.

Women's Ashes: Magnificent bowling sees Southern Stars snare the Ashes

Southern Stars celebrate their win over England.

Jesse Hogan The Southern Stars scored only 7-107 in the second Twenty20, but their bowlers were able to defend the low total.

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