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

Sri Lankans see Hobart as a test of bowling skill, not speed

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 06:  Nuwan Kulasekara of Sri Lanka appeals but fails to get a wicket during the second One Day International Final series match between Australia and Sri Lanka at Adelaide Oval on March 6, 2012 in Adelaide, Australia.  (Photo by Morne de Klerk/Getty Images)

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.

Hosts ravaged by injury, but tourists still face tough ask

Mitchell Starc

Jesse Hogan SRI LANKA must chase a target more than 10 times greater than their record outside the subcontinent to consign Australia to Test defeat in Hobart for a second year in a row.

Cricket

Lankans brace for hostilities

Michael Clarke has a fitness test in the nets.

Jesse Hogan Mahela Jayawardene relishes prospect of hostile MCG crowd seeking retribution against Sri Lanka for recent ball-tampering accusations against Victorian paceman Peter Siddle.

One-day wonders step in to give Lankans positive vibe

Sri Lanka cricketer Ajantha Mendis delivers the ball during a practise session at the Galle International Stadium in Galle on August 30, 2011. Sri Lanka will play Australia starting on August 31 in the first of three test matches. AFP PHOTO/ Lakruwan WANNIARACHCHI

Jesse Hogan SRI LANKA will start the ODI series comforted by the fact their achievements in 50-over cricket in Australia easily trump their poor Test record Down Under.

Cricket

Injured Clarke may miss key clash

Injury blow: Michael Clarke.

Jesse Hogan Captain sprained right ankle in a fielding drill at Bellerive on Tuesday morning.

Cricket

Hughes ton pivotal as hosts level series

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Jesse Hogan A SECOND century within a fortnight from Phillip Hughes was pivotal in Australia winning its final ODI against Sri Lanka to salvage a two-all series draw.

Cricket

Doherty firing up under pressure

High fives: Shane Watson and Xavier Doherty.

Jesse Hogan Spinner proves his worth bowling at the toughest times, writes Jesse Hogan.

Australia chasing hard-earned rest

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Jesse Hogan, Adelaide Players have significant personal and financial incentive to beat Sri Lanka tonight.