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 Here is your comprehensive analysis of each Big Bash League team along with individual strengths, weaknesses and season predictions.
Jesse Hogan Peter Siddle's push for international limited-overs comeback set to begin on Sunday at North Sydney.
Jesse Hogan Victoria kicks off its Sheffield Shield campaign against Western Australia in Perth today. Jesse Hogan looks at how the teams are shaping up. Here's his preview of the season ahead.
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 James Hopes is a much better player than he is a trash talker.
Jesse Hogan Luke Pomersbach is developing a reputation to surpass his bad boy image: master blaster.
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 Fast bowler set to vent his frustration at having to endure injury-riddled start to the season.
Jesse Hogan Victoria's opponent and possibly venue for Ryobi Cup final remain unconfirmed.
Jesse Hogan It took just half an over to show why officials are lobbying for Fawad Ahmed's eligibility for Australia to be expedited.
Jesse Hogan Queensland saved from an awful start in which it lost four wickets in the first hour.
Jesse Hogan Another chapter in domestic cricket's dominant current rivalry will be written on Wednesday.
Jesse Hogan The Darren Lehmann-led revival of Queensland cricket continues. So too does Victoria's record of dominating the Ryobi Cup until the biggest match of the season.
Jesse Hogan Michael Clarke is not the only current Australian player being wooed by the Pune Warriors, with wicketkeeper Matthew Wade also a chance to go straight from the West Indies to the Indian Premier...