Unity the key, says Miller
Captain Nikita Miller believes team unity and selflessness have been underlying reasons for the success of the Jamaica Scorpions in the ongoing WICB Regional Super50 Tournament.
The Scorpions on the back of a five-match winning streak are through to the semi-finals.
The Robert Samuels-coached aggregation progressed as the second place team in Group B after winning six matches and losing two.
Co-hosts and pre-tournament favourites Barbados Pride with seven wins and a defeat claimed group honours.
''What has impressed me the most so far is our togetherness,'' stated Miller. ''On and off-the-field every player has been working in the best interest of the team.
''I really didn't expect this so early on due to the fact that it is a new coach, a new system, and a new captain. I believe, win or lose,this team is heading in the right direction,'' he added.
Jamaica will play Trinidad and Tobago Red Force in semi-final action tomorrow in the first of two semi-finals.
The second semi-final between Barbados and Leeward Islands Hurricanes will be played on Thursday. The final is set for Saturday.