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Chloe Saltau, writing in the Age, says the "gluttony" of administrators in trying to squeeze in more limited-overs cricket, usually matches without context, is proving detrimental to the game. Embracing temperance as a virtue, Saltau says, is the way to go.
The effect of too much cricket, without context, is to induce a sleepiness in the same way a heavy turkey dinner releases tryptophan. It leads to an inability to recall details, to distinguish one innings or one game from the next.