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

Shaun Marsh proves his grit, and worth, on day one of first Test against South Africa

Jesse Hogan That Shaun Marsh is back in Australia's Test team is an outcome he feared would never happen again.

Cricket

Alex Doolan doing just fine despite the nerves

Alex Doolan.

Jesse Hogan Debutant relieved to have gone within 11 runs of a century at his second opportunity.

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.

Live Ashes

Live: Day four, fourth Ashes Test

Ian Bell

Jesse Hogan Join Jesse Hogan for coverage of the fourth day's play from Chester-le-Street.

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North re-emerges after career crisis

Jesse Hogan What does a 34-year-old who has plundered a Test century on debut against the might of South Africa still have to prove, long after he has given up hope of an international recall? As Marcus North...

Cricket

Spinner Michael Beer on hard road back to first-class cricket after injury

Jesse Hogan Michael Beer went from an international Test squad berth to WA's second-string side.

Cricket

Mitch rejoicing

Mitchell Johnson

Jesse Hogan Mitch Johnson's stunning comeback, from cricket despair to finding '11 out of 10' happiness.

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An Order of Australia? The case for Sachin stacks up

Sachin Tendulkar

Jesse Hogan THE contentious decision this week to bestow a national honour on Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar is not so contentious based on the records of previous overseas-based players in Australia.

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Cricket

Wade comes to grips with expectations

Matthew Wade

Jesse Hogan Australia's new Test wicketkeeper, Matthew Wade, is a rounded and well-travelled player.

Cricket

I'd bat first in Test: Bellerive curator

Hobart pitch.

Jesse Hogan, Hobart Bellerive curator Marcus Pamplin says he would bat first on the most talked about pitch in Australian cricket.

Langer's advice a boon for Voges

Adam Voges

Jesse Hogan Plaudits for Justin Langer since taking over as Western Australia head coach continue.

Live Ashes

Live: Day one, first Ashes Test, England v Australia, Trent Bridge

Siddle

Jesse Hogan Join Jesse Hogan as Australia begin their campaign to regain The Ashes.

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