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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.

ICC World T20: TV blackout for Aussie cricket fans as networks shun rights

ICC World T20: TV blackout for Aussie cricket fans as networks shun rights

Cricket fans in Australia face a blackout for the looming World Twenty20 because all local TV networks have passed on the opportunity to buy the broadcast rights for the tournament.

  • by Jesse Hogan

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Aaron Finch axed as Australia's Twenty20 captain, Steve Smith to lead at World Twenty20

Aaron Finch axed as Australia's Twenty20 captain, Steve Smith to lead at World Twenty20

Aaron Finch has been axed as Australia's Twenty20 captain on the eve of the World Twenty20, with Steve Smith to replace him.

  • by Jesse Hogan, Andrew Wu
IPL auction: Unwanted two months ago, Shane Watson surges to $2 million pay day

IPL auction: Unwanted two months ago, Shane Watson surges to $2 million pay day

​The suspension of two IPL teams that looked set to be a financial blow for Shane Watson has become a financial boon, with the all-rounder surging to become Australia's highest-paid player in the competition with a $A1.96 million deal.

  • by Jesse Hogan
Victorian paceman Jake Reed indebted to cricket for turning his life around

Victorian paceman Jake Reed indebted to cricket for turning his life around

If fast-bowler Jake Reed makes his return to Victoria's team in coming weeks he will not take it for granted. The obvious reason for that is because it will have come after two injury-plagued years. The less obvious, but more pertinent, reason is that cricket has provided him a way out of a lifestyle that was taking him "off the rails".

  • by Jesse Hogan
Sheffield Shield: Bushrangers wicketkeeper Sam Harper makes dazzling debut

Sheffield Shield: Bushrangers wicketkeeper Sam Harper makes dazzling debut

​Sam Harper was supposed to be captaining Australia at the under-19 World Cup this week.

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Spate of young batsmen making centuries shows Australia's batting depth improving

Spate of young batsmen making centuries shows Australia's batting depth improving

It has been the recurring question in Australian cricket for much of the past decade: where have all the young batsmen gone? We might have a finally have a answer, with more under-23 batsmen making Sheffield Shield centuries that at any stage in the past two decades.

  • by Jesse Hogan
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New Zealand v Australia: James Pattinson insists he is ready for Tests despite early Shield exit

New Zealand v Australia: James Pattinson insists he is ready for Tests despite early Shield exit

James Pattinson is adamant bowling only 39.3 overs in the past five weeks is enough for him to be ready to face New Zealand next week.

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Sheffield Shield: James Pattinson improves as Victoria claim early Tasmania wickets

Sheffield Shield: James Pattinson improves as Victoria claim early Tasmania wickets

Peter Siddle's advice to be patient with James Pattinson after his muted return from injury was vindicated by his fellow paceman's improved bowling on day two of the Sheffield Shield match at the MCG.

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Peter Siddle pleased with comeback as he and James Pattinson prepare for NZ Tests

Peter Siddle pleased with comeback as he and James Pattinson prepare for NZ Tests

Peter Siddle hopes his impressive comeback from injury, snaring two wickets with the new ball in the Sheffield Shield, has convinced Australian selectors he's readyfor next week's first Test in New Zealand.

  • by Jesse Hogan
Sheffield Shield: Peter Siddle impresses as Test hopefuls bowl off

Sheffield Shield: Peter Siddle impresses as Test hopefuls bowl off

Peter Siddle's impressive comeback from injury in front of Australian selector Mark Waugh was contrasted by the inability of James Pattinson to do the same.

  • by Jesse Hogan
MCG Sheffield Shield match a Test audition for Peter Siddle, James Pattinson, Jackson Bird

MCG Sheffield Shield match a Test audition for Peter Siddle, James Pattinson, Jackson Bird

Peter Siddle and James Pattinson have one match to prove they have overcome injury and are ready to travel to New Zealand with fellow contender Jackson Bird for next week's series-opening Test.

  • by Jesse Hogan