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.

Aaron Finch sees more red, and reaps the benefit

Jesse Hogan  Belting an astonishing 181 not out in a one-dayer at cricket's most revered venue to outshine some of its recent champions is a feat undoubtedly among the more glittering of Aaron Finch's...

Australia's World Cup goal to sideline white-ball specialists from Sheffield Shield

Tight schedule: Glenn Maxwell will have limited opportunity to push his red-ball claims.

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,...

Cricket

David Warner: Proof of his quality in the pounding of South Africa

David Warner of Australia celebrates after reaching 100.

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.

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Cricket

Australia's 2015 Ashes tour fixtures released

Cricket ball

Jesse Hogan Australia's campaign to win their first away Ashes series in 14 years and four attempts will again begin in Cardiff, after England confirmed the fixtures for mid-next year.

Cricket

Rain halts Australia's reign in Cape Town

Clarke

Jesse Hogan Unrelenting rain has halted Australia's bid to become the first touring team in five years to score 500 runs in South Africa.

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Cricket

The African scream: Australia stakes claim to being best in the world

Ryan Harris of Australia bowls during day 3 of the third test match between South Africa and Australia

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...

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Cricket

Live: Day five, 2nd Ashes Test, Adelaide

Mitchell Johnson

Jesse Hogan Join Jesse Hogan for all the final day action from the second Ashes Test in Adelaide.

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Another rescue act puts red-hot Haddin in elite company

Brad Haddin

Jesse Hogan When Australia have been in trouble in this Ashes series Brad Haddin has been the fireman, rescuing his team from perilous situations.

Cricket

Restraint pays dividends for wicketkeeper Brad Haddin

Brad Haddin of Australia shows his relief.

Jesse Hogan When Australia has been in trouble in this Ashes series, Brad Haddin has been the hero to save his team.

Cricket

36th year as a player and coach, Greg Shipperd still going strong

Jesse Hogan Greg Shipperd is in his 36th year as a player and coach and he's still going strong.

Cricket

Broad tries to stay positive despite injury

Stuart Broad walks across the outfield on crutches after play ended for the day.

Jesse Hogan Stuart Broad may be injured but has not given up on playing in the Boxing Day Test.

Cricket

WACA Ground may have hosted its last Test match

Jesse Hogan Cricket Australia and International Cricket Council united in belief venue no longer meets international standards.

Manuka in line to host Test cricket for the first time

SPORT: Pic shows the progress on the Manuka oval upgrades.  3rd December 2013. Photo by MELISSA ADAMS of The Canberra Times.

Jesse Hogan Canberra is in contention to host Test cricket for the first time as early as the 2015-16 Australian summer, with a revamped Manuka Oval shaping as a replacement venue for the tiring WACA Ground in...

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Cricket

Clarke learns how to use snick system to advantage

Michael Clarke.

Jesse Hogan Lessons have been learned in the three-month gap between Ashes series.

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WACA may never host a Test match again

England's Ian Bell reacts after he misses a shot delivered by Australia's Shane Watson at the WACA in Perth.

Jesse Hogan The WACA Ground may never again host a Test match, with Cricket Australia and the International Cricket Council united in their belief the venue no longer meets international standards.

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The Tonk

CA may set easier pace for Pat Cummins

The Tonk

Andrew Wu and Jesse Hogan Cricket Australia is seriously contemplating restricting Pat Cummins to limited-overs cricket until 2015 to shield the young pace ace from another injury.

Cricket

Australia had a better grasp of decision review system in Australian Ashes series

Michael Clarke calls for a review during the first Test at the Gabba.

Jesse Hogan Australia unable to challenge only for 53.3 overs - or 3.4 per cent of series.

Cricket

Short rests will rejuvenate Australia's Test stars for one-dayers: Darren Lehmann

Coach Daren Lehmann

Jesse Hogan Darren Lehmann is hopeful a sprinkling of restings throughout the one-day series against England, starting with Mitch Johnson on Sunday, will be enough to sufficiently refresh Australia's weary Ashes...

Cricket

Australian coach Darren Lehmann already planning for one-day World Cup

Michael Clarke  and Darren Lehmann

Jesse Hogan The 2015 World Cup is likely out of sight for cricket fans still basking in Australia's Ashes victory - but Darren Lehmann and co cannot afford to let it be out of mind.

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Cricket

Renegades eye player clearances for must-win match

James Pattinson

Jesse Hogan Renegades hope James Pattinson and Aaron Finch cleared for Tuesday's game.