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.

Cricket

Sri Lanka bats itself back into contention

Matthew Wade.

Jesse Hogan Australia's unusually large bowling attack is again under scrutiny as Sri Lanka bats steadily, trailing Australia by just eight runs at tea.

Tails you lose for Sri Lanka

Australians celebrate

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...

Cricket

Hughes sets Sri Lanka a hard target

Hughes

Jesse Hogan A second century within a fortnight from Phillip Hughes was pivotal in Australia winning its final ODI against Sri Lanka to salvage a two-all series draw.

Sri Lanka claim Twenty20 series after tense finish

Sri Lanka v Australia

Jesse Hogan AUSTRALIAN selectors should feel relieved the next World Twenty20 is still 14 months away, as the national team's bid to belatedly succeed in the shortest format remains a flawed one.

Cricket

Worthy Sri Lanka buoyed for Test return

Sri Lankan supporters

Jesse Hogan Sri Lanka's players have cause to be enthusiastic about their Test return next summer.

Cricket

Shortage dims Melbourne Stars' outlook

Mohammad Hafeez.

Jesse Hogan BBL ladder leader sweating on the availability of Mohammad Hafeez for match against Perth, as it is unlikely to be able to field a full team without him.

Cricket

Darren Lehmann says Australia must start to win Tests away from home

Darren Lehmann

Jesse Hogan, Johannesburg With the Ashes won, Darren Lehmann has outlined his next goal for his team.

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Cricket's 'big three' plan formally approved

ICC.

Jesse Hogan An overhaul of the way international cricket is run, and its earnings distributed, is afoot, with the contentious plan promoted by the game's big-three nations formally approved.

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Shaun Marsh proves his grit, and worth, on day one of first Test against South Africa

Shaun Marsh celebrates his century.

Jesse Hogan That Shaun Marsh is back in Australia's Test team is an outcome he feared would never happen again.

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Amla puts South Africa in charge as Australia battles for survival

Brad Haddin has his middle stump uprooted by Dale Steyn.

Jesse Hogan Australia has been forced into a battle for survival after Amla's sparkling 93 not out.

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Australian bowlers may be given break after demanding Test in South Africa

A tired Ryan Harris walks back to his mark on day four of the second Test.

Jesse Hogan Australia unlikely to play same fast-bowling attack in the third Test in Cape Town.

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David Warner fined $2880 for ball-tampering comments

Warner

Jesse Hogan South Africa's ire at David Warner's ball-tampering slurs is likely to be soothed by the ICC's decision to fine the Australian opening batsman over his comments.

Cricket

A.B. De Villiers has no head for figures

AB de Villiers of South Africa

Jesse Hogan De Villiers is not just modest about his achievements - he is downright dismissive of them.

Cricket

We can rule world: stars

Talent pools: ICC chief executive Dave Richardson launches the 2015 World Cup in Melbourne on Tuesday.

Jesse Hogan Australia's 2015 World Cup campaign will start - and hopefully end - at the MCG.

Cricket

Melbourne Stars' pace attack gets boost in lieu of spin

Melbourne Stars

Jesse Hogan Melbourne Stars will boast a bolstered pace attack when they face Melbourne Renegades.

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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...

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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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Marsh keen to dispel some home truths

Shaun Marsh

Jesse Hogan There is a simple explanation why Shaun Marsh's recall was met with such scepticism.

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Southern Stars keen to replicate international form against England in one-dayers

Focused: Australian captain Jodie Fields.

Jesse Hogan Southern Stars desperate to start replicating at home their title-winning form.

Cricket

Why George Bailey had to go

Jesse Hogan

Jesse Hogan The selection of George Bailey for the Ashes was a worthwhile experiment. But selectors have picked the right time to abandon it.

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