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 An all-rounder whom selectors had seemingly pigeonholed as a limited-overs specialist has surged into contention for the Ashes.
Jesse Hogan Southern Stars begin World Cup campaign eager to prove their superiority.
Jesse Hogan Jesse Hogan rates the elite performances in the Allan Border Medal voting period.
Jesse Hogan Indian Premier Leage teams clamoured for Australia's relatively unproven all-rounders.
Jesse Hogan CRICKET AUSTRALIA's board has emphatically endorsed the architects of its contentious rotation selection policy, Pat Howard and John Inverarity, but conceded the public explanation of the policy had...
Jesse Hogan Cricket Australia emphatically endorsed the architects of its contentious rotation-based policy.
Jesse Hogan Australia's Twenty20 selectors name West Australian in squad for series against Sri Lanka.
Jesse Hogan Australia's looming tour of India could sway selectors to consider Glenn Maxwell as Shane Watson's replacement for next week's series-ending Test in Sydney.
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 will have to shoehorn an all-rounder into their Test team for the tour of India and possibly the Ashes, too, after Shane Watson confirmed he would take an indefinite break from bowling.
Jesse Hogan Shane Watson confirms he would take an indefinite break from bowling.
Jesse Hogan Muthiah Muralidaran says Renegades teammate capable of succeeding Mike Hussey.
Jesse Hogan DAY one of the Boxing Day Test was, at least until the finals drinks break, set to be a triumph for Australia with bat and ball.
Jesse Hogan Visitors believe Australia's pace advantage can be nullified by exploiting helpful bowling conditions.
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.
Jesse Hogan After often holding his place in Australia’s Test teams in recent years when public opinion demanded he should not, Mitch Johnson now has to contend with a different selection hassle: getting dropped...
Jesse Hogan IF AUSTRALIA emerge from Hobart with their first Test win of the summer it will be reward for doing the little things - rotating the strike with the bat, stifling scoring with the ball - better than...
Jesse Hogan If Australia emerges from Hobart with its first Test win of the summer, it will be a reward for doing the little things.
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.