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.

Sangakkara and Jayawardene could return to Australia in BBL

Jesse Hogan, Hobart The World Cup may not be the last opportunity admirers of Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene get to watch them in Australia, with both of the Sri Lanka greats believed to be keen to play in next...

ODI scores to shrink if ICC allows extra outfielder: David Warner

Big hit: David Warner shows his style in Perth.

Jesse Hogan, Hobart The glut of scores comfortably exceeding 300 in one-dayers, and suggestions a batsman could even score a triple century on his own, will disappear if the ICC allows an extra fielder on the boundary,...

NZ and India good but Australia the best, Warner declares

Since Smith was promoted to three in the World Cup he has responded with scores of 95 and 72.

Jesse Hogan, Hobart The batting reshuffle that promoted Steve Smith at the expense of Shane Watson has strengthened David Warner's belief Australia are the best team in the World Cup.

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Sri Lanka await injury scan results on captain Angelo Mathews

Jesse Hogan, Hobart Sri Lanka are hoping results from scans on Thursday will confirm their injury curse has not spread to captain Angelo Mathews after he limped out of the final match before the World Cup quarter-finals.

Cricket World Cup 2015: Kumar Sangakkara breaks century record as Sri Lanka prosper against Scotland

Kumar Sangakkara keeps on keeping on.

Jesse Hogan Kumar Sangakkara became the first player to score four consecutive one-day centuries as Sri Lanka dispatched Scotland in Hobart by 148 runs in their final World Cup match before the quarter-finals.

ICC Cricket World Cup: Mitch Starc more feared than Dale Steyn, declares Bailey

Over she goes: Mitch Starc bowls during the match against Afghanistan.

Jesse Hogan, Hobart George Bailey says World Cup teams fear his teammate Mitch Starc more than they fear the likes of Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel, amid statistics demonstrating just how vital the left-armer has been to...

Scotland hope Paul Collingwood the key to mastering Lasith Malinga

A cricket ball

Jesse Hogan, Hobart Lasith Malinga and Paul Collingwood have nothing in common besides their profession, but the latter's reputed proficiency at replicating the Sri Lankan's unique bowling action is being used by...

Test outcast Ed Cowan risks career to return home

Decider: Ed Cowan said prioritising cricket over family didn't sit comfortably.

Jesse Hogan The form batsman of the first half of the Sheffield Shield season, Ed Cowan, has dramatically announced he is leaving Tasmania to return to his original home of Sydney for family reasons, admitting...

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Melbourne Stars want to run their women's BBL team

Elyse Villani's signature would be keenly fought over in the women's BBL.

Jesse Hogan Melbourne Stars are so optimistic of the potential of the women's Big Bash League they want to control recruitment and management of the women's team that will bear their uniform from next season.

Axe for Shane Watson proves Australia spot no longer assured

Jesse Hogan If Sydney Thunder have not yet persuaded Shane Watson to join them then rival Big Bash League teams would be well advised to try and steal a march on them, based on the increased potential of him...

Michael Clarke BBL stint worthwhile if it spares him from one-dayers

Michael Clarke during a nets session in Perth on Tuesday.

Jesse Hogan The only rationale for Melbourne Stars to be chasing Michael Clarke is if the World Cup is his swansong for limited-overs internationals.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Dream still alive for Pat Cummins despite latest injury scare

Pat Cummins is again under an injury cloud.

Andrew Wu and Jesse Hogan Pat Cummins' World Cup dream remains alive but he is in doubt for Australia's next two matches after his latest injury scare.

Melbourne Stars snare Ben Hilfenhaus as Jackson Bird flies to Sixers

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Jesse Hogan The blow to Melbourne Stars from the departure of primary paceman Jackson Bird has been cushioned by the recruitment of swing-bowler Ben Hilfenhaus, while Luke Wright and Tom Triffitt have signed...

Junction Oval or Bankstown could host Sheffield Shield final

Jesse Hogan The WACA is the only first-choice venue in contention to host the Sheffield Shield final, with Cricket Australia confirming Victoria or NSW will play at secondary venues if they leapfrog WA to earn...

Kevin Pietersen optimistic leadership change can trigger England return

Jesse Hogan Kevin Pietersen has hailed comments from the incoming chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board suggesting an international return for the outspoken cricketer was possible if he pressed his...

Pattinson's Ashes prospects strong despite hamstring injury

James Pattinson.

Jesse Hogan James Pattinson will remain a key contender to tour the West Indies and England in the middle of the year even if his hamstring injury sidelines him from the rest of the Sheffield Shield season.

Sri Lanka ponder Upul Tharanga inclusion for Bangladesh

Upul Tharanga.

Jesse Hogan Sri Lanka could select World Cup talisman Upul Tharanga for Thursday's match against Bangladesh at the MCG despite him not reaching Melbourne until Wednesday night.

Richard Hadlee's lofty appraisal of Kiwi aces Tim Southee and Trent Boult

The Tonk dinkus

Andrew Wu, Jesse Hogan Australia will on Saturday face what Richard Hadlee believes to be the greatest new-ball pairing New Zealand has ever produced.

Brendon McCullum's aggression paying off for New Zealand, says Stephen Fleming

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Jesse Hogan He captained Brendon McCullum more than 100 times and coaches him in the IPL, but Stephen Fleming was nevertheless sceptical about whether his combative leadership style would suit New Zealand...

New coach Stephen Fleming says Stars not in need of BBL overhaul

Jesse Hogan New Melbourne Stars coach Stephen Fleming will not be arriving with a broom in hand, as he believes wholesale change will not be needed to deliver Big Bash League success at the team which has failed...