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.

Cricket Australia wants real-time snickometer on DRS in Ashes

Jesse Hogan Cricket Australia is hopeful a much-vaunted key improvement to the decision review system will be approved in time for use across the whole Ashes series.

Shock move by McDermott wins Cricket Australia's blessing

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Jesse Hogan Craig McDermott's shock decision to be Ireland's bowling coach at the World Twenty20 has come with the blessing of his former employer, Cricket Australia.

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Australia batsman Shaun Marsh suffers another major injury blow

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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.

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Fast bowler Peter Siddle to chase more pace in bid for Test recall

Peter Siddle: the race for pace.

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...

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Cox sacked for Big Bash breaches

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Chloe Saltau and Jesse Hogan The South Australian Cricket Association has taken the drastic step of sacking high performance chief Jamie Cox for misleading the SACA board after it emerged he was at the centre of a Cricket...

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Australian spinner Nathan Lyon has the world at his fingertips

Nathan Lyon with Shane Warne during the Ashes tour of England last year.

Jesse Hogan, Johannesburg Spinner's resilience has been important in Australia's sharply improved form.

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Cricket's 'big three' plan formally approved

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Jesse Hogan An overhaul of the way international cricket is run, and its earnings distributed, is afoot, with the contentious plan promoted by the game's big-three nations formally approved.

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Shaun Marsh arrives in South Africa with selection not guaranteed

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Jesse Hogan Shaun Marsh arrived in Johannesburg after one of the most significant 24-hour periods in his cricketing career.

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David Warner fined $2880 for ball-tampering comments

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Jesse Hogan South Africa's ire at David Warner's ball-tampering slurs is likely to be soothed by the ICC's decision to fine the Australian opening batsman over his comments.

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A captain's knock to win over doubters

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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..

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Michael Clarke apologises for being 'out of line' with Dale Steyn

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Jesse Hogan Australian captain apologises for being 'out of line' in a spat with Dale Steyn.

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David Hussey could take up coaching role with Bushrangers

Set for coaching role: David Hussey.

Jesse Hogan Victoria's determination to get the contracts of its coach and assistant coach in lockstep could see David Hussey given a chance to step straight into an assistant coaching position while still...

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Live: Day three, third Ashes Test

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Jesse Hogan Join Jesse Hogan for coverage of the third day's play from Old Trafford.

The Tonk: Whacked WACA looks to new venue at Burswood

Chris Barrett and Jesse Hogan WACA chief executive Christina Matthews is adamant she has not presided over her final Test at the Perth ground, but concedes cricketing authorities are losing patience with its inability to secure a...

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England's bats must take blame

Ouch: Stuart Broad is out lbw to Mitch Johnson and cops a sore foot.

Jesse Hogan Top seven batsmen give bowlers nothing substantial to defend with the ball.

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Elder statesman a handy cricketer in his time - and mind

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Chris Barrett and Jesse Hogan Bob Hawke might be 84 but you get the impression he would still fancy himself with a pair of wicketkeeping gloves.

WACA may never host a Test match again

England's Ian Bell reacts after he misses a shot delivered by Australia's Shane Watson at the WACA in Perth.

Jesse Hogan The WACA Ground may never again host a Test match, with Cricket Australia and the International Cricket Council united in their belief the venue no longer meets international standards.

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Test cricket: We're not done yet, says WACA chief Christina Matthews

England's James Anderson and Stuart Broad walk off the WACA Ground after England lost what could be last Test at the venue for some time.

Jesse Hogan WACA chief concedes authorities losing patience with inability to secure a major refurbishment.

Lanning takes leading role

Jesse Hogan The surging importance of Meg Lanning to the Australian women's team has been reflected in her elevation to the vice-captaincy for the looming home series against England.

'Unchanged' Maxwell hits on winning formula

Jesse Hogan He may be the million-dollar man, but Glenn Maxwell still has both feet on the ground.