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 TROJAN fast-bowler Ellyse Perry faces ankle surgery on her return to Australia after justifying her World Cup final selection with a pivotal performance.
Jesse Hogan Carlton & United Breweries has sought to reduce expected criticism of its return as sponsor of one-day internationals in Australia by using the deal to promote one of its lower-alcohol beers.
Jesse Hogan Cricket Australia allowed to keep secret its list of 30 players for Champions Trophy.
Jesse Hogan Directors of 2015 Cricket World Cup organising committee yet to decide on new chairman.
Jesse Hogan The imminent Test series against India reinforces the change in Nathan Hauritz's standing.
Jesse Hogan A glance at Australia's women's World Cup squad shows only one member has reached 30.
Jesse Hogan A cursory glance at Australia's women's World Cup squad, dominated by players in their early 20s, reveals only one of the 15 has reached her 30th birthday, and is almost four years older than the...
Jesse Hogan Elite female cricket players bask in the proof they are the best in the world.
Jesse Hogan Trojan fast-bowler Ellyse Perry faces ankle surgery on her return to Australia.
Jesse Hogan Veteran all-rounder ends her decorated international cricket career in a blaze of glory.
Jesse Hogan Southern Stars begin World Cup campaign eager to prove their superiority.
Jesse Hogan For a decade, batter Alex Blackwell has kept a steady eye on the cricket prize.
Jesse Hogan Micahel Clarke's rise to match Ricky Ponting's Allan Border Medal win could be threatened.
Jesse Hogan MICHAEL Clarke is well placed to finish his career with more Allan Border Medals than anyone after equalling Ricky Ponting's record of four wins on Monday night.
Jesse Hogan JESS CAMERON'S batting form in Australia's opening two matches of the women's World Cup had not been befitting of someone deservedly just awarded the Belinda Clark Medal for their best player of the...
Jesse Hogan Jess Cameron's batting form in Australia's opening two matches of the women's World Cup - she made seven and zero - was not befitting of someone who had deservedly just won the Belinda Clark Medal...
Jesse Hogan Holly Ferling emerges as valuable player in Australia's surge to final of women's World Cup.
Jesse Hogan A SEVENTEEN-year-old who had played almost exclusively against boys and men until four months ago has emerged as a valuable player in Australia's surge to the final of the women's World Cup.
Jesse Hogan Australia set to put best foot forward against West Indies in World Cup game.
Jesse Hogan Australia insists it was gutted to lose its dead-rubber match against the West Indies, despite the result eliminating its rivals England and New Zealand from contention to win the women's World Cup.