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CRICKET: Miller blames poor batting, fielding for Jamaica's exit from Super50

Published:Friday | January 23, 2015 | 1:19 PM

Captain of Jamaica's cricket team Nikita Miller says a combination of poor batting and fielding resulted in the team's six-wicket loss to Guyana Jaguars in last night’s semifinal of the NAGICO Super50.



Miller says Jamaica's middle-order batsmen did not bat responsibly and played too many poor shots.



He says the Jamaican batsmen also failed to build partnerships when they needed to especially in the middle of the innings.



Miller further says team fielding was below par as they gave away too many singles to the Guyanese batsmen.



Sent in to bat by the Jaguars, Jamaica could only manage 188 for nine from 50 overs.



The Guyanese reached 189 for four in 48 overs.



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