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 There was nothing lucky about Australia’s series triumph in South Africa.
Jesse Hogan The likely teams for Australia and England ahead of the third Ashes clash at Perth.
Jesse Hogan Tillakaratne Dilshan has re-emerged as a Big Bash League target.
Jesse Hogan But ICC will not countenance scrapping or even paring back Decision Review System.
Jesse Hogan All-rounder Daniel Christian and former Test paceman Doug Bollinger are among 13 Australian discarded by their Indian Premier League teams.
Jesse Hogan Australian captain apologises for being 'out of line' in a spat with Dale Steyn.
Chloe Saltau, Jesse Hogan The rankings don't say it yet, but Australia deserves to be considered the best team in the world in the same way Mark Taylor's Australians became unofficial world champions by toppling the mighty...
Cape Town, South Africa
Jesse Hogan Australia cricketers are not afraid to take risks and play to entertain, says Darren Lehman.
Jesse Hogan Michael Clarke has lauded the two architects of Australia's series-clinching win against South Africa in Cape Town, David Warner and Ryan Harris, as exemplifying how the current Test team will do...
Jesse Hogan Australia captain Michael Clarke has apologised for being "out of line" in a spat with Dale Steyn in the tense finish to the series-ending Test against South Africa in Cape Town.
Jesse Hogan Ryan Harris admits he was 'ridiculously sore' in final South Africa match.
Jesse Hogan South Africa coach Russell Domingo has leapt to the defence of Vernon Philander after the paceman's second consecutive underwhelming series.
Jesse Hogan For all Warner had proved about his capabilities as a Test batsman, there was still something missing to be truly accepted and respected.
Jesse Hogan On day four Warner became only the 15th Australian to score a century in each innings
Jesse Hogan Any discontent about Australia waiting until the second half of day four to declare was promptly hushed by three new-ball wickets.
Jesse Hogan It took until the last half-hour of the last session, but Australia has finally banished the demons of Adelaide with a stunning 245-run victory in Cape Town.
Chloe Saltau and Jesse Hogan, Cape Town Graeme Smith's teammates pushed him through the SCG dressing room door and watched him storm out ''like a cowboy bursting into a saloon''.
Jesse Hogan Cape Town The world's best team was made to look feeble as David Warner again demonstrated a level of consistency many assumed was beyond him, especially in Tests.
Rob Forsaith and Jesse Hogan The flash point of an oft-heated three-Test series between Australia and South Africa came in Cape Town.
Jesse Hogan Yes, his knee was stuffed. Yes, he was bowling worse than at any stage of his late-blooming international career.