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 Former Queensland batsman Stuart Law to return to Australia in a key development role.
Jesse Hogan Test aspirants who have established themselves in Australia's limited-overs teams, such as James Faulkner and Glenn Maxwell, are set to play only one or two Sheffield Shield matches this summer,...
Jesse Hogan Batsman Aaron Finch will spend at least the next three years with Victoria after deciding he did not need to move interstate to fix his red-ball woes.
Jesse Hogan For a format in which consistency is so hard to deliver, Hodge has demonstrated an ability to do so.
Jesse Hogan Twenty-year-old has been unable to break into Victoria's team this season.
Jesse Hogan Moises Henriques expresses his delight at being given a chance to resume his Test career.
Chloe Saltau, Jesse Hogan Brad Hodge has been gone so long he didn't have the national selectors' number in his phone and had given up on playing for Australia again.
Jesse Hogan Kevin Pietersen's England career came to an abrupt end after the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announced Tuesday he'd been left out of the squads for both the upcoming one-day international...
Jesse Hogan, Johannesburg With the Ashes won, Darren Lehmann has outlined his next goal for his team.
Jesse Hogan The world's best batsman, A.B. de Villiers, is unsure whether he wants to succeed Graeme Smith as South Africa's Test captain, declaring his bigger priority is to help the Proteas end their trophy...
Jesse Hogan Keeping track of what Victoria's cricketers are up to is becoming a task of global proportions
Jesse Hogan Mike Hussey has likely played his last 20-over match for Australia.
Jesse Hogan International Cricket Council defended its bid to strengthen its corruption-busting division.
Chloe Saltau and Jesse Hogan Brad Hodge approachs Victoria's selectors about a comeback to first-class cricket.
Jesse Hogan A glance at Australia's women's World Cup squad shows only one member has reached 30.
Jesse Hogan A cursory glance at Australia's women's World Cup squad, dominated by players in their early 20s, reveals only one of the 15 has reached her 30th birthday, and is almost four years older than the...
Jesse Hogan Australia's 2015 World Cup campaign will start - and hopefully end - at the MCG.
Jesse Hogan Join Jesse Hogan for coverage of the first day's play from Chester-le-Street.
Jesse Hogan Head selector John Inverarity deems Callum Ferguson's impressive-looking one-day record misleading.
Jesse Hogan For bowling coaches the trendiest recruitment zone appears to be Australia.