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

South Africa's A.B. de Villiers the ultimate all-rounder

Jesse Hogan A.B.de Villiers excelled at, among other sports, golf, tennis and rugby before deciding to grace cricket with his presence. But the world's No.

Cricket

A.B. De Villiers has no head for figures

AB de Villiers of South Africa

Jesse Hogan De Villiers is not just modest about his achievements - he is downright dismissive of them.

Another rescue act puts red-hot Haddin in elite company

Brad Haddin

Jesse Hogan When Australia have been in trouble in this Ashes series Brad Haddin has been the fireman, rescuing his team from perilous situations.

Cricket

Restraint pays dividends for wicketkeeper Brad Haddin

Brad Haddin of Australia shows his relief.

Jesse Hogan When Australia has been in trouble in this Ashes series, Brad Haddin has been the hero to save his team.

Cricket

Big Bash League a big hit with cricket fans and Ten Network

Crowds at the BBL.

Jesse Hogan Average attendances for the first 16 matches have risen 37 per cent to 19,649.

Cricket

Why George Bailey had to go

Jesse Hogan

Jesse Hogan The selection of George Bailey for the Ashes was a worthwhile experiment. But selectors have picked the right time to abandon it.

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Cricket

Australian Test opener David Warner vows to go to the next level

Fine balance: David Warner will respect the Proteas bowlers, but will still punish anything loose and in his zone.

Jesse Hogan Dynamic opener David Warner is taking a leaf or two out of the Chris Rogers playbook.

Cricket

Mitch rejoicing

Mitchell Johnson

Jesse Hogan Mitch Johnson's stunning comeback, from cricket despair to finding '11 out of 10' happiness.

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Cricket

Batting for keeps: race is on

Brad Haddin is still the leading wicketkeeper in Australia.

Jesse Hogan Battle to be Brad Haddin's successor has widened.

Cricket

Hard slog yet to pay off for gloveman Chris Hartley

Chris Hartley in action for the Bulls.

Jesse Hogan Gloveman Chris Hartley has earned selectors' praise - if not a place in the national squad.

An Order of Australia? The case for Sachin stacks up

Sachin Tendulkar

Jesse Hogan THE contentious decision this week to bestow a national honour on Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar is not so contentious based on the records of previous overseas-based players in Australia.

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Wade named in first Test team

Matthew Wade.

Jesse Hogan Matthew Wade's elevation to first-choice wicketkeeper in all formats was confirmed this morning as he was named ahead of Brad Haddin in Australia's 12-man squad.

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Cricket

Christian and Bollinger among those discarded by Indian Premier League teams

Michael Clarke

Jesse Hogan All-rounder Daniel Christian and former Test paceman Doug Bollinger are among 13 Australian discarded by their Indian Premier League teams.

Cricket

No stumping this man

Peter Nevill

Jesse Hogan Peter Nevill once predicted the emergence of a 20-year-old rival named Matthew Wade.

Cricket

Healy on Wade: the gloves are off

Australian Cricket Test at the SCG.
Mathew Wade in action during the 
Australia vs Sri Lanka third test match at the SCG
Photography Brendan Esposito
smh,3rd January,2013

Jesse Hogan AS BRAD HADDIN made his first international appearance in almost a year, his rested successor - Matthew Wade - faced a stinging appraisal of his right to remain Australia's preferred wicketkeeper.

Cricket

Wade must improve or be axed: Healy

Matthew Wade

Jesse Hogan 'He didn't have a good summer with the gloves at all'. Ian Healy said of Matthew Wade.

Cricket

The gloves are off between Wade and Haddin, says coach

 Brad Haddin.

Chloe Saltau and Jesse Hogan Mickey Arthur wants incumbent to fight for the right to wear the gloves during the Ashes.

Axing may be good for Haddin: Manou

Jesse Hogan Veteran can now regain top form for Test tour of West Indies, former deputy predicts.