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 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 AUSTRALIA'S search for a reliable death bowler may spawn another candidate for next month's season-ending Twenty20 match at Brisbane, after latest contender Ben Laughlin suffered another horror end...
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 Sydney Thunder threatens, only to fade away at the end, giving the Stars victory.
Jesse Hogan Paceman Dirk Nannes says his stellar season for Sydney Thunder was triggered by finally learning how to overcome the physical hindrances of being a freelance member of ''the Twenty20 roadshow''.
Jesse Hogan The Melbourne Stars are bracing for the biggest test of their lofty reputation.
Jesse Hogan As of Friday the left-arm finger-spinner was sitting second on the BBL season wicket tally.
Jesse Hogan and Andrew Wu Your guide to the upcoming Big Bash series, Australia's premier T20 tournament.
Jesse Hogan All-rounder Daniel Christian and former Test paceman Doug Bollinger are among 13 Australian discarded by their Indian Premier League teams.