The St Lucia Zouks won their fourth match in five as they beat the Jamaica Tallawahs to qualify for the CPL playoffs.
The Zouks face the Tallawahs again in Florida tonight knowing that both sides have qualified, but depending on Net Run Rate, a win for the Zouks could push them above the Tallawahs into second.
Miller played the role of finisher on Saturday night, hitting a handy 13 off eight balls to get his side above 200. The foundations were laid by Windies opening pair Johnson Charles and Andre Fletcher, who muscled 89 together inside 10 overs, before St Lucia posted 206-3.
Chadwick Walton fought a lone battle in response, hitting 54 as the side laboured to 143-8 from their 20 overs. Miller took a decent catch to remove the potentially dangerous Andre Russell in the deep for 12, but the match was already won.
In the later game in Florida, the Guyana Amazon Warriors have given themselves a good chance of an automatic spot in the final after they beat the Barbados Tridents by six wickets. Should the Tallawahs beat the Zouks tonight, they will head to the top, but Guyana have at least wrapped up a top-two spot.
David Wiese and Marchant de Lange were on the receiving end of a bludgeoning. The Tridents originally posted 158-6 with Wiese scoring 13 off six deliveries, and the Amazon Warriors tracked that down with three balls left.
Chris Lynn, who smacked 57, smoked Wiese for two sixes, before Man of the Match Jason Mohammed hit De Lange for two sixes, making the chase all that much easier, sending the Tridents packing from the competition in the process. De Lange will head back to South Africa having bowled five wicketless overs in the CPL, conceding 72 runs.
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