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

The African scream: Australia stakes claim to being best in the world

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...

Cricket

Peter Siddle will bounce back, says Shane Warne

Peter Siddle.

Jesse Hogan Shane Warne has downplayed the implications of Siddle's omission from the third Test.

Cricket

Ball-tampering back in spotlight as Australia's bowlers strike

Chris Rogers of Australia hands the ball to his teammate Ryan Harris.

Jesse Hogan South Africa batsman Faf du Plessis expresses his surprise at Australia's ability to move a not-so-old ball.

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Patched-up Ryan Harris shows his mettle in Test cauldron

Jesse Hogan Yes, his knee was stuffed. Yes, he was bowling worse than at any stage of his late-blooming international career.

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Australia hopes to reverse series swing

Brad Haddin has his middle stump uprooted by Dale Steyn.

Jesse Hogan, Cape Town A series-deciding match away to the world's best team on a surface expected to help its key batting and bowling nemesis, reverse swing - if Michael Clarke is daunted by such a prospect in Cape Town...

Cricket

Mitchell Johnson only threat to Michael Clarke for Allan Border Medal

Michael Clarke with his wife, Kyly, at the 2013 Allan Border Medal ceremony.

Jesse Hogan Captain's consistency across series in England and India should see him win.

Ashes 2013: Advice rains down like Johnson bouncers on chastened Poms

England's Joe Root avoids a high delivery from Australia's Mitchell Johnson during the fourth day's play of the first Ashes cricket test match in Brisbane November 24, 2013. Australia beat England by 381 runs in first Ashes test at the Gabba on Sunday to take a 1-0 lead in the five-match series. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)

Jesse Hogan The English cricketing media that savaged Mitch Johnson over his past two Ashes series have marvelled at his brutal start to the latest one.

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Live: Day four, 2nd Ashes Test, Adelaide

Jesse Hogan

Jesse Hogan Join Jesse Hogan for all the day four action from the second Ashes Test in Adelaide.

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Injured quicks win call-up for local derby

Melbourne Stars James Faulkner.

Jesse Hogan Both Melbourne Big Bash League teams are placing faith in fast bowlers shackled by injury.

Cricket

Warner beats out Hughes for one-day squad

Jesse Hogan and Alfred Chan Opener's superb Ashes Test form ensures his return to Australia's one-day squad.

Cricket

Melbourne Stars' pace attack gets boost in lieu of spin

Melbourne Stars

Jesse Hogan Melbourne Stars will boast a bolstered pace attack when they face Melbourne Renegades.

Cricket

Ahmed takes return in his stride

Philosophical: Fawad Ahmed says he has learnt a lot from the England tour.

Jesse Hogan and Chloe Saltau Pakistan-born leg-spinner Fawad Ahmed eligible to play for Australia in Ashes series.

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Southern Stars keen to show the men's team how an Ashes series is won

Jodie Fields

Jesse Hogan As Australia's elite men battle to remain in contention to win the Ashes, the ascendant women's team departs for England on Thursday with the same goal.

Cricket

We dropped ball on selling rotation: CA

Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland.

Jesse Hogan Cricket Australia emphatically endorsed the architects of its contentious rotation-based policy.

Cricket

Harris targets quick fix

Ryan Harris.

Chloe Saltau and Jesse Hogan Australia has come as close as it probably ever will to the dream scenario of having all its fast bowlers fit at once.

Cricket

CA crackdown on 'inferior' pitches

The Gabba is averaging 32.54 runs per wicket for fast bowlers in the 2012-13 season.

Jesse Hogan State teams to be docked points if visiting teams forced to play on substandard pitches.

Pitch can swing it: Sri Lankans

Kumar Sangakkara

Jesse Hogan Visitors believe Australia's pace advantage can be nullified by exploiting helpful bowling conditions.

Cricket

Sri Lankans see Hobart as a test of bowling skill, not speed

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 06:  Nuwan Kulasekara of Sri Lanka appeals but fails to get a wicket during the second One Day International Final series match between Australia and Sri Lanka at Adelaide Oval on March 6, 2012 in Adelaide, Australia.  (Photo by Morne de Klerk/Getty Images)

Jesse Hogan AUSTRALIA's pace advantage in the Hobart Test can be nullified if the Sri Lankans can better exploit the anticipated helpful conditions, Kumar Sangakkara believes.

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Charlesworth backs up cricket rotation policy

Ric Charlesworth

Jesse Hogan Elite-level coach Ric Charlesworth emphatically endorses contentious selection practice.

Cricket

CA chairman says rotation explanation was flawed

Australian Cricket

Jesse Hogan CRICKET AUSTRALIA's board has emphatically endorsed the architects of its contentious rotation selection policy, Pat Howard and John Inverarity, but conceded the public explanation of the policy had...