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.
Michael Lynch and Jesse Hogan For a footballing traditionalist like Kevin Muscat, topping the table after the home-and-away season is the honour that really counts.
Jesse Hogan Melbourne Victory will be able to spend their week off reorganising their trophy cabinet after sealing the A-League premiers plate in style with a confident 3-1 dispatching of Central Coast on Sunday...
Jesse Hogan Even though Daniel Christian has taken a hat-trick for Australia, being able to hold the Sheffield Shield aloft with Victoria, after a season in which he scored 560 runs at an average of 50.
Jesse Hogan Ian Holland's reputation rose another notch on Wednesday night as he took out the Jack Ryder Medal as player of the season.
Jesse Hogan When Fawad Ahmed was named Victoria's Sheffield Shield player of the season Friday night he mentioned, with a smile, he had won it despite incessant teasing from his teammates.
Jesse Hogan The batsman axed from Australia's Test team for the tours of the West Indies and England, Joe Burns, has been urged to look at his selection for the overlapping Australia A tour of India as a chance...
Jesse Hogan Given Steve Smith has moved up the order in the one-day team and is poised to replicate that in Tests, it is only fitting he has done the same in the contracts which reflect players' importance to...
Jesse Hogan Adam Voges and Fawad Ahmed demanded selection for winter tour through the dominance of this summer's Sheffield Shield runs and wickets tallies, Rod Marsh says.
Jesse Hogan Ashton Agar is favoured to be unveiled as Nathan Lyon's spin deputy, ahead of Fawad Ahmed and Steve O'Keefe, when Australia announce their winter Test squads for the West Indies and the Ashes.
Jesse Hogan Australia bowling coach Craig McDermott says the whole-tournament bowling performance of Mitch Starc during the World Cup was "near-perfect" and a reflection of his sharp improvement over the past...
Andrew Wu and Jesse Hogan How Australia's squad of 15 rated in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.
Jesse Hogan Michael Clarke says he will savour Australia's World Cup success before deciding whether he will play in the Big Bash League and other Twenty20 competitions following his retirement.
Jesse Hogan Michael Clarke believes none of his players overstepped the mark with their treatment of dismissed New Zealand batsmen in Sunday's World Cup victory at the MCG.
Jesse Hogan One-day cricket is primarily dominated by bat, but departing Australia captain Michael Clarke says it's thanks to his bowlers that he is ending his one-day career as part of a World Cup-winning team.
Jesse Hogan Australia overwhelms New Zealand on the biggest stage. winning a fifth World Cup title by seven wickets.
Jesse Hogan Many people will only start thinking about the pitch to be used for the World Cup final a day or two before the match.
Jesse Hogan David Warner has been backed to emerge from the shadows created by Brendon McCullum's dazzling form and show he, not the New Zealand captain, is the pivotal batsman of the World Cup final.
Cricket World Cup 2015: New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum pays tribute to ailing former skipper Martin Crowe
Jesse Hogan New Zealand players will go into Sunday's World Cup final inspired by two Black Caps greats: one, Daniel Vettori, probably playing the last match of his international career; the other, terminally...
Cricket World Cup 2015: Australian captain Michael Clarke to retire from one-day internationals after World Cup
Jesse Hogan Michael Clarke says his announcement he will retire from one-day cricket after Sunday's World Cup final will not be an added source of motivation for him and his teammates to beat New Zealand.
Jesse Hogan Kumar Dharmasena's involvement in an umpiring blunder on the first day of the World Cup has not stopped him from being selection to officiate on the final day - and in the process become the first...