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 GOING by the scorecards, Michael Clarke was taking a risk when he chose to bat first at Bellerive, given the three first-class matches that preceded the opening Test against Sri Lanka produced an...
Jesse Hogan, Hobart Sri Lanka's only day-one wicket-taker, Chanaka Welegedara, says he and his teammates must start bowling well in partnerships, rather than just in isolation, to prevent Australia's batsmen extending...
Jesse Hogan, Hobart Going by the scorecards, Michael Clarke was taking a risk when he chose to bat first at Bellerive Oval, given the three first-class matches that preceded the series-opening Test against Sri Lanka...
Jesse Hogan Australia needs eight final-day wickets in Hobart to record its first Test win of the summer against Sri Lanka, but will have to do it with Ben Hilfenhaus and Michael Clarke both shackled by injury.
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.
Jesse Hogan Australia pulls off a win almost at the death after gutsy resistance by Sri Lanka.
Jesse Hogan WHEN Michael Clarke elected to bring on Matthew Wade to bowl the last over before tea on Tuesday, his will to win appeared questionable.
Jesse Hogan Australian bowlers have delivered a decisive final-session performance against Sri Lanka to secure its first Test win of the summer.
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.
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, Sydney Just as the rich are lampooned sometimes for having more money than they know what to do with, Australia captain Michael Clarke could be considered to have been over-endowed with pacemen.
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 PRAISE him for what he did or damn him for not doing it for long enough?
Jesse Hogan THE tale of two tails is an explanation of why Matthew Wade will leave Sydney with a maiden home Test century to his name and why Sri Lanka will, barring a Fanie de Villiers-type effort from one of...
Jesse Hogan Australia's tail proves to be the main difference between the two sides at the SCG.
Jesse Hogan Mike Hussey has finished his international career in a situation he is well accustomed to: playing an influential role in shepherding his team to victory.
Jesse Hogan Mike Hussey finishes his international career shepherding his team to victory.
Jesse Hogan MIKE HUSSEY finished his international career in a situation he was used to: playing an influential role in shepherding his team to victory.
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.
Jesse Hogan Captain sprained right ankle in a fielding drill at Bellerive on Tuesday morning.