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 Twenty-year-old has been unable to break into Victoria's team this season.
Jesse Hogan Here is your comprehensive analysis of each Big Bash League team along with individual strengths, weaknesses and season predictions.
Alfred Chan and Jesse Hogan The subject of national selection used to induce anger from Brad Hodge. Now, it induces little more than a shrug.
Jesse Hogan Call for coaches to shed perfectionist approach to spin bowling actions.
Jesse Hogan All-rounder Daniel Christian and former Test paceman Doug Bollinger are among 13 Australian discarded by their Indian Premier League teams.
Jesse Hogan and Andrew Wu Your guide to the upcoming Big Bash series, Australia's premier T20 tournament.
Jesse Hogan As of Friday the left-arm finger-spinner was sitting second on the BBL season wicket tally.
Jesse Hogan Dimi Mascarenhas a bit embarrassed to be replacing BBL's most dangerous bowler.
Jesse Hogan Australia's Twenty20 selectors name West Australian in squad for series against Sri Lanka.
Jesse Hogan Indian Premier Leage teams clamoured for Australia's relatively unproven all-rounders.
Jesse Hogan PROVEN Test greats Michael Clarke and Ricky Ponting's high-risk strategy of placing the maximum Indian Premier League auction price on their heads only barely paid off as teams instead clamoured over...
Jesse Hogan Matthew Wade not relying on his batting to persuade selectors he's a class act.
Jesse Hogan Australia Twenty20 captain cites "a different energy" in India's limited-overs team compared with its Test team as key to visitors' win.
Jesse Hogan India roars back to form to square the Twenty20 international series.
Jesse Hogan If Australia was stung after being outfielded by India on Friday, its decisive 65-run win last night was the perfect riposte.
Jesse Hogan Only one specialist Australian pace bowler took the field for the Twenty20 against India.
Jesse Hogan Australia's desperation to expose the ''softer underbelly'' of Sri Lanka's batting order is likely to persuade it to employ a dual spin attack for the first time in six years in today's tri-series...