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 THREE years before Mitch Johnson dragged Australia back into Ashes contention at the Gabba he was at the same venue at one of his lowest career ebbs.
Jesse Hogan Join Jesse Hogan for all the final day action from the second Ashes Test in Adelaide.
Jesse Hogan Mitch Johnson's stunning comeback, from cricket despair to finding '11 out of 10' happiness.
Jesse Hogan The English cricketing media that savaged Mitch Johnson over his past two Ashes series have marvelled at his brutal start to the latest one.
Jesse Hogan Australia's pace iron man has felt the sting of three consecutive Ashes defeats more heavily than nearly all of his teammates.
Jesse Hogan The credits earned by George Bailey for his stellar limited-overs form have earned him a place in Australia's Test team in its bid to regain the Ashes.
Jesse Hogan The Australian Test team for the first Ashes Test in Brisbane next week has been announced.
Jesse Hogan Join Jesse Hogan for coverage of the fifth day's play from Old Trafford.
Jesse Hogan Jesse Hogan rates the elite performances in the Allan Border Medal voting period.
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 Left-hander bullish about chances of withstanding spin onslaught in India.
Jesse Hogan AUSTRALIA appear likely to have to attempt their desperate bid to salvage a draw in their one-day series against Sri Lanka without their most accomplished batsman, Michael Clarke.
Jesse Hogan When Australia's selectors next meet, they will not be able to use Boxing Day Test as a crutch for their decision.
Jesse Hogan JUST as some rich folk are lampooned as having so much money they do not know know what to do with it all, Australian captain Michael Clarke could be considered to have been over-laden with pacemen.
Jesse Hogan Mike Hussey finishes his international career shepherding his team to victory.
Jesse Hogan Usman Khawaja shunted from the one-day team and then the squad too.
Jesse Hogan AUSTRALIA's pace advantage in the Hobart Test can be nullified if the Sri Lankans can better exploit the anticipated helpful conditions, Kumar Sangakkara believes.
Jesse Hogan After often holding his place in Australia’s Test teams in recent years when public opinion demanded he should not, Mitch Johnson now has to contend with a different selection hassle: getting dropped...
Jesse Hogan MITCHELL STARC must regain his accuracy in time for Sri Lanka's fourth-innings chase in the Hobart Test after he finished as Australia's most expensive Test bowler for the second consecutive innings.
Jesse Hogan IF AUSTRALIA emerge from Hobart with their first Test win of the summer it will be reward for doing the little things - rotating the strike with the bat, stifling scoring with the ball - better than...