Miller quits domestic first-class cricket

David Miller has played 63 first-class matches for both the Dolphins and the Knights, scoring 3342 runs at an average of 36.32 amazing six centuries and 19 half tons in the four-day format.

FILE: Dolphins' David Miller in action against Titans in T20 Challenge semi-final at Kingsmead, Durban on 6 February 2014. Picture: Facebook.

JOHANNESBURG - David Miller has announced that he will no longer be available to play domestic first-class cricket in order to focus on his List A career.

The hard-hitting Miller has played 63 first-class matches for both the Dolphins and the Knights, scoring 3342 runs at an average of 36.32 amazing six centuries and 19 half tons in the four-day format.

Miller says that the decision to quit first-class cricket was to put more focus on his limited overs career going forward.

“I have always loved playing red ball cricket but I have decided that I would like, in future, to concentrate on white ball cricket to make sure I give myself the best opportunity to represent the Proteas in the format that I love.”

Miller will still be available for the Dolphins in the limited overs format.