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 The MCG will use its month-long break after the AFL grand final to undertake its biggest turf overhaul in a decade, ahead of hosting next year's cricket World Cup final.
Jesse Hogan The pace of Corey Gameiro proved pivotal as Graham Arnold's stint at the helm of Sydney FC began with a 3:1 extra-time FFA Cup victory away to Melbourne City.
Jesse Hogan Australians travelling overseas often get a kick out of seeing familiar AFL jumpers in exotic places of the world.
Jesse Hogan New Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold says 21-year-old Corey Gameiro is on track to trump some of the club's highly rated strikers.
Jesse Hogan Belting an astonishing 181 not out in a one-dayer at cricket's most revered venue to outshine some of its recent champions is a feat undoubtedly among the more glittering of Aaron Finch's...
Jesse Hogan Test aspirants who have established themselves in Australia's limited-overs teams, such as James Faulkner and Glenn Maxwell, are set to play only one or two Sheffield Shield matches this summer,...
Jesse Hogan Veteran Slovenian attacking midfielder Robert Koren has been unveiled as Melbourne City's international marquee player.
Jesse Hogan Mitch Marsh and Nathan Lyon joined by Ben Cutting and Kane Richardson for upcoming one-day series in Zimbabwe as Phillip Hughes, Xaiver Doherty and Clint Mckay miss selection.
Jesse Hogan The injury curse that has beset Shaun Marsh has struck again, with the batsman in danger of missing the first half of the home summer due to impending elbow surgery.
Jesse Hogan Peter Siddle will this week begin a training regimen focused on regaining his pace, and with it his fast-bowling berth in the Test team, for the October series against Pakistan and the home-summer...
Jesse Hogan Three years after he emerged from the ruins of North Queensland Fury, and since then playing for a team that has only matched its Melbourne rival in some derbies, David Williams is ecstatic at the...
Jesse Hogan De Villiers is not just modest about his achievements - he is downright dismissive of them.
Jesse Hogan When it comes to Michael Clarke he always seems to need to do more to appease the (diminishing) number of people who merely tolerate him as captain..
Jesse Hogan Steve Smith is on track to become a permanent fixture of the Australian team.
Jesse Hogan The world's best batsman, A.B. de Villiers, is unsure whether he wants to succeed Graeme Smith as South Africa's Test captain, declaring his bigger priority is to help the Proteas end their trophy...
Chloe Saltau and Jesse Hogan, Cape Town Graeme Smith's teammates pushed him through the SCG dressing room door and watched him storm out ''like a cowboy bursting into a saloon''.
Cape Town, South Africa
Jesse Hogan Australia cricketers are not afraid to take risks and play to entertain, says Darren Lehman.
Jesse Hogan Ryan Harris admits he was 'ridiculously sore' in final South Africa match.
Chloe Saltau, Jesse Hogan The rankings don't say it yet, but Australia deserves to be considered the best team in the world in the same way Mark Taylor's Australians became unofficial world champions by toppling the mighty...
Jesse Hogan Batsman Aaron Finch will spend at least the next three years with Victoria after deciding he did not need to move interstate to fix his red-ball woes.