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

Australian batsman Chris Rogers is feeling his way in South Africa

Chris Rogers

Jesse Hogan Only three of opener's 257 first-class matches have been outside England or Australia.

Cricket

South Africa beat Australia in second Test despite Chris Rogers century

Steyn

Jesse Hogan Chris Rogers scored a resolute century but Australia were unable to stop South Africa recording a series-levelling 231-run win in the second Test.

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Australia must score heavily in the first innings if it is to win the series against South Africa, says opener Chris Rogers

Kyle Abbott

Jesse Hogan In the past 12 months, Australia has reached 300 in the first innings in less than half its 15 Tests.

Cricket

Rock-like Chris Rogers plays to his strengths for the Australian Test team

Focused: Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers.

Jesse Hogan Chris Rogers is not the type of batsman who could ever win a game in a session.

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Ashes star Chris Rogers closes in on a century after improving his technique

Chris Rogers

Jesse Hogan The conspicuous chink in the armour of Chris Rogers in the past Ashes series, his vulnerability to spin, is being ironed out in time for the next one.

Cricket

Chris Rogers grinds his way to 96 not out in Shield clash

Chris Rogers

Jesse Hogan The conspicuous chink in the armour of Chris Rogers in the past Ashes series, his vulnerability to spin, is being ironed out in time for the next one.

Cricket

Bushrangers stiffen up attack for 2014-15 squad

Chris Tremain.

Jesse Hogan Victoria have reinforced their pace attack by adding two fast bowlers to the squad for next season.

Cricket

Aaron Finch commits to Victoria

Staying put: Aaron Finch

Jesse Hogan Batsman Aaron Finch will spend at least the next three years with Victoria after deciding he did not need to move interstate to fix his red-ball woes.

Cricket

Sting in the tail a winner: Clarke

Michael Clarke and Shane Watson of Australia shake hands after the Test win.

Jesse Hogan Victories achieved from a weak position halfway through a match are especially savoured.

Cricket

Likely squads for the final Ashes Test

Baggy green cap.

Jesse Hogan A close look at the English and Australian sides ahead of the final Ashes Test in Sydney.

Cricket

Brad Hodge stakes claim for World Twenty20 call up

Brad Hodge

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.

Cricket

Marsh keen to dispel some home truths

Shaun Marsh

Jesse Hogan There is a simple explanation why Shaun Marsh's recall was met with such scepticism.

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Cricket

Brad Hodge wins a recall to Australia's T20 team

Brad Hodge

Chloe Saltau, Jesse Hogan Brad Hodge has been gone so long he didn't have the national selectors' number in his phone and had given up on playing for Australia again.

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Cricket

Ryan Harris says Australia's tight-knit team in good shape before first Test

Ryan Harris

Jesse Hogan Australian paceman downplays significance of team missing out on its only practice match.

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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

Phillip Hughes stakes claim for Test recall as Shane Watson is pushed down the order

Phil Hughers

Jesse Hogan Australia have seemingly shown their hand before the South Africa Test series by demoting Shane Watson to No.

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Cricket

Shaun Marsh arrives in South Africa with selection not guaranteed

Shaun Marsh.

Jesse Hogan Shaun Marsh arrived in Johannesburg after one of the most significant 24-hour periods in his cricketing career.

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Jesse Hogan

Australia and England: the likely teams

A view inside the Australian dressing room at Trent Bridge ahead of the First Test.

Jesse Hogan The likely teams for Australia and England ahead of the third Ashes clash at Perth.

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Mitchell Johnson's wow factor could shock Proteas, says Craig McDermott

Mitchell Johnson looks on during an Australian nets session at Centurion Park on Tuesday.

Jesse Hogan South Africa beware – Mitchell Johnson could be even better than he was against England.

Cricket

Shaun Marsh holds firm as Australia steadies after early losses against South Africa

CENTURION, SOUTH AFRICA - FEBRUARY 12:  Shaun Marsh of Australia bats during day one of the First Test match between South Africa and Australia on February 12, 2014 in Centurion, South Africa.  (Photo by Morne de Klerk/Getty Images)

Jesse Hogan Last-minute inclusion keeps Australia in the game after being put into bat.

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