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 Mitch Johnson's stunning comeback, from cricket despair to finding '11 out of 10' happiness.
Jesse Hogan Michael Beer went from an international Test squad berth to WA's second-string side.
Jesse Hogan Statistics have not always been kind to Cameron White, certainly not in the past two years.
Jesse Hogan Fawad Ahmed began this week desperate to shelve ongoing discussion of his asylum-seeker background.
Jesse Hogan Western Australia must break an MCG record if it is to start its season with a win.
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...
Jesse Hogan Cameron White shines and forces Western Australia to scrounge a draw.
Jesse Hogan Maligned to mighty, ridiculed to respected, hopeless to Herculean. Any and all of those describe Cameron White's start to the season.
Jesse Hogan Plaudits for Justin Langer since taking over as Western Australia head coach continue.
Jesse Hogan Dimi Mascarenhas a bit embarrassed to be replacing BBL's most dangerous bowler.
Jesse Hogan and Andrew Wu Your guide to the upcoming Big Bash series, Australia's premier T20 tournament.
Jesse Hogan Marcus North's batting form returns to save Western Australia from imploding.
Jesse Hogan Batsmen fail to spark in Shield games but Victorian paceman surges back into form.
Jesse Hogan Players told to ignore intense scrutiny of unsuccessful recent tour of South Africa.
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 Australia's cricket administrators and its players are today holding important meetings in Melbourne that will shape the way the sport is run.