Miller ... took four for 64.
Left-handed batsman Lorenzo Ingram believes he is finding form at the right time ahead of next month's regional First Class Season after his well-timed century yesterday.
Ingram, who has been in and out of the Jamaica's team, scored 101 for Tamar Lambert's XI against Gareth Breese's XI.
"I think my form is coming on," Ingram said. He, however, said, "I think there is still a lot of work to be done, especially with my foot movements," said Ingram after hitting eight fours and two sixes.
In describing his knock, Ingram, who batted for three-and-a-half hours, said, "It was a fairly good knock."
"Once I got in, I knew a big score was on the cards for me," said the Trelawny player who faced 101 deliveries.
"It was a slow wicket. I think Gareth Breese (off-spinner) and Nikita Miller (left-arm spinner) bowled extremely well in the morning session," he added.
After Ingram's dismissal, which he blamed on "lack in concentration in the latter part of my innings," Lambert's XI lost their last six wickets for 40 runs.
Ingram and Lambert, who scored 42, had put on 97 for the fourth wicket. No other batsman, apart from Andre Dwyer (12 not out), reached double figure.
Miller took 4-64 and Breese 3-63 to end as the most successful bowlers.
In reply, Breese's XI closed on 195-2. David Bernard Jr. (67) and Jamie Trenchfield (42) have so far added 91 in an unbroken third wicket stand.
Danza Hyatt was dismissed for 57.