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.
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 Since late 1995, South Africa's record at Centurion Park is almost identical to Australia's mighty record at the Gabba.
Jesse Hogan and Andrew Wu Your guide to the upcoming Big Bash series, Australia's premier T20 tournament.
Jesse Hogan AARON FINCH reinforced his status as Australia's form limited-overs batsman to propel Melbourne Renegades to a stirring eight-wicket derby win over the Stars - and pummel their captain, Shane Warne,...
Jesse Hogan Sydney Thunder threatens, only to fade away at the end, giving the Stars victory.
Jesse Hogan The new chief executive of Cricket NSW has conceded a lack of off-field investment was a significant factor in Sydney Thunder's abysmal performance in the first two seasons of the Big Bash League,...
Jesse Hogan When Chris Gayle lashed 175 in the IPL, Aaron Finch was one of his main casualties.
Jesse Hogan Cricket Australia still believes Melbourne and Sydney can host two viable Twenty20 teams.
Jesse Hogan Peter Forrest could be a long-term replacement for Ricky Ponting or Mike Hussey.
Jesse Hogan Australia's cricket administrators and its players are today holding important meetings in Melbourne that will shape the way the sport is run.
Jesse Hogan Cameron White returns from the IPL confident that he can rebuild his reputation at home.