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 Darren Lehmann-led revival of Queensland cricket continues. So too does Victoria's record of dominating the Ryobi Cup until the biggest match of the season.
Jesse Hogan The Blues' second win at the MCG in the past 20 years has created a logjam in the race for entry into the Sheffield Shield final and left first-placed Victoria at risk of more disappointment this...
Jesse Hogan Australian selectors should feel relieved the next World Twenty20 is still 14 months away.
Jesse Hogan AUSTRALIAN selectors should feel relieved the next World Twenty20 is still 14 months away, as the national team's bid to belatedly succeed in the shortest format remains a flawed one.
Jesse Hogan THE tale of two tails is an explanation of why Matthew Wade will leave Sydney with a maiden home Test century to his name and why Sri Lanka will, barring a Fanie de Villiers-type effort from one of...
Jesse Hogan Australia's tail proves to be the main difference between the two sides at the SCG.
Jesse Hogan Australian selectors have made the bold decision to dump retiring champion Mike Hussey from the one-day international team, denying him a farewell tour around the country.
Jesse Hogan Australia needs eight final-day wickets in Hobart to record its first Test win of the summer against Sri Lanka, but will have to do it with Ben Hilfenhaus and Michael Clarke both shackled by injury.
Jesse Hogan and Andrew Wu Your guide to the upcoming Big Bash series, Australia's premier T20 tournament.
Jesse Hogan South Australia survived a bizarre batting implosion to complete its trip to Melbourne with two wins.
Jesse Hogan An impressive innings from unheralded batsman Alex Doolan has helped Tasmania overcome the loss of both openers on day one of the Sheffield Shield match at the MCG.
Jesse Hogan Even the most star-laden pace attacks can be blunted by disciplined opponents.
Jesse Hogan David Hussey emphasised his status as one of Australia's most damaging limited-overs batsmen by spearheading a record 50-over score at the MCG.
Jesse Hogan DAVID HUSSEY emphasised his status as one of Australia's most damaging limited-overs batsmen by spearheading a record 50-over score at the MCG.
Jesse Hogan If Australia was stung after being outfielded by India on Friday, its decisive 65-run win last night was the perfect riposte.