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 Desire to re-embrace limited-overs cricket will see Peter Siddle make belated introduction to Big Bash League.
Jesse Hogan Melbourne Renegades did not emerge from this season with the tangible rewards they sought.
Adam Cooper and Jesse Hogan Cricket Australia could change schedule and competition rules for substitutions.
Jesse Hogan The Melbourne Stars accept the possibility that a second Big Bash League season without Champions League qualification for Shane Warne, plus his imminent threat of a second suspension, will diminish...
Jesse Hogan EXCLUSIVE Marlon Samuels is disgusted at the behaviour of Shane Warne and the Stars.
Jesse Hogan MARLON SAMUELS says his recent spat with Shane Warne would probably have degenerated into fisticuffs had it occurred a few years earlier.
Jesse Hogan Shane Warne's rapid descent from buoyant to embittered over the past six weeks began in the match that was supposed to further the claims he made on the eve of the Big Bash League that the only thing...
Jesse Hogan The West Indies all-rounder has been under siege in Australia, but looks positively on his time with the Renegades 'family' and is vowing to make 2013 a big year.
Jesse Hogan The Melbourne Renegades are reaping the rewards of changes on and off the field.
Jesse Hogan Former asylum seeker Fawad Ahmed expected to play for Renegades.
Jesse Hogan FORMER asylum seeker Fawad Ahmed is expected to make his Australian domestic debut on Wednesday night as part of the Melbourne Renegades' strategy of overcoming the loss of star import Marlon Samuels.
Jesse Hogan James Hopes is a much better player than he is a trash talker.
Jesse Hogan Melbourne Renegades will draw confidence from last match against Brisbane Heat.
Jesse Hogan Nothing can curb Aaron Finch and his Melbourne Renegades except absurd rules.
Jesse Hogan Faf du Plessis ready to go from defensive role to all-out attack.
Jesse Hogan and Andrew Wu Your guide to the upcoming Big Bash series, Australia's premier T20 tournament.
Jesse Hogan One of South Africa's shining lights from its Test performance in Adelaide, batting all-rounder Faf du Plessis, is set to extend his stay in Australia beyond next week's final Test in Perth to become...