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.

Jodie Fields says Southern Stars need to strike top form

Jesse Hogan Women's captain Jodie Fields says she and her teammates are desperate to start replicating their title-winning form from the recent international tournament at home in time to reclaim the Ashes.

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Southern Stars keen to replicate international form against England in one-dayers

Focused: Australian captain Jodie Fields.

Jesse Hogan Southern Stars desperate to start replicating at home their title-winning form.

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Henriques powers Sixers to victory over Renegades

Moises Henriques

Jesse Hogan Moises Henriques' loss in missing selection for Australia proves to be Sydney Sixers' gain.

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Dwayne Bravo in bid to help Melbourne Renegades

West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo

Jesse Hogan Bushrangers Twenty20 favourite Dwayne Bravo is back in Melbourne to propel the Renegades into the semi-finals.

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Hookes' legacy providing an inspiration

David Hookes

Jesse Hogan Beneficiaries of David Hookes' coaching career say he could have had the same effect Lehmann makes now.

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Melbourne Renegades in danger of missing Big Bash semi-finals after surprise loss: Aaron Finch

Aaron Finch

Jesse Hogan Aaron Finch concedes it will take "something special" for Melbourne Renegades to reach the Big Bash League semi-finals as a consequence of being the victim of Sydney Thunder breaking its 19-match...

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Big Bash rivals unite for ailing three-year-old

Simon Helmot (left), Renegades head coach presents a Renegades top to young Louis Shepard. He is pictured with his mother (right) and uncle Peter (2nd from left). The Age Melbourne Renegades coach Simon Helmot (left) presents a team jersey to three-year-old Louis Shepard at Etihad Stadium on Tuesday 14 January 2014. Louis, pictured with uncle Peter and mother Emily, is afflicted with Usher Syndrome, which progressively causes blindness. Picture: Hilton Stone/Melbourne Renegades

Jesse Hogan Before Sydney Thunder paceman Dirk Nannes and Melbourne Renegades coach Simon Helmot duelled on Tuesday night at Etihad Stadium, they united for the ailing son of a former clubmate.

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At last, Sydney Thunder breaks run of BBL losses

Sydney Thunder's Gurinder Sandhu celebrates after taking a catch off his own bowling to dismiss Peter Nevill of the Renegades.

Jesse Hogan Sydney Thunder finally wins a Big Bash League match - and in the most emphatic fashion.

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Renegades hope to put Thunder in a spin to reach Big Bash semi-finals

Fawad Ahmed.

Jesse Hogan Fawad Ahmed is in contention to play his first match in six weeks.

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Finch up with the greats, says Maxwell

Aaron Finch celebrates his ton on Sunday.

Jesse Hogan Australia's newest one-day century-maker among the world's elite, says teammate.

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Renegades eye player clearances for must-win match

James Pattinson

Jesse Hogan Renegades hope James Pattinson and Aaron Finch cleared for Tuesday's game.

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New bats made it better for coach

Stars coach Greg Shipperd was rapt with the late contribution of Rob Quiney, Marcus Stoinis and John Hastings that took the Stars' season record to six wins from six matches.

Jesse Hogan Stars coach Greg Shipperd happy that bit players helped ensure home semi.

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This time Stars take the Wright approach

Luke Wright.

Jesse Hogan Luke Wright epitomises the confidence of Melbourne Stars.

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Marsh keen to dispel some home truths

Shaun Marsh

Jesse Hogan There is a simple explanation why Shaun Marsh's recall was met with such scepticism.

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Australian coach Darren Lehmann already planning for one-day World Cup

Michael Clarke  and Darren Lehmann

Jesse Hogan The 2015 World Cup is likely out of sight for cricket fans still basking in Australia's Ashes victory - but Darren Lehmann and co cannot afford to let it be out of mind.

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Strikers still hopeful of BBL success this season: coach

Jesse Hogan Adelaide coach Darren Berry says his team's "humiliating" eight-wicket mauling at the hands of the Melbourne Stars on Thursday night has not dashed his hopes of Big Bash League success this season.

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Big Bash League: Melbourne Stars thrash Adelaide Strikers

Glenn Maxwell.

Jesse Hogan If this match at the MCG was a boxing bout the referee would have halted it before the end of the first round.

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Short rests will rejuvenate Australia's Test stars for one-dayers: Darren Lehmann

Coach Daren Lehmann

Jesse Hogan Darren Lehmann is hopeful a sprinkling of restings throughout the one-day series against England, starting with Mitch Johnson on Sunday, will be enough to sufficiently refresh Australia's weary Ashes...

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Australia had a better grasp of decision review system in Australian Ashes series

Michael Clarke calls for a review during the first Test at the Gabba.

Jesse Hogan Australia unable to challenge only for 53.3 overs - or 3.4 per cent of series.

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Big Bash League a big hit with cricket fans and Ten Network

Crowds at the BBL.

Jesse Hogan Average attendances for the first 16 matches have risen 37 per cent to 19,649.