FORMER Wendouree all-rounder Sam Miller has made another solid contribution for South Australia against Tasmania this afternoon.
Miller, playing in his third one-day match for the Redbacks, made 28 before being bowled by Ben Laughlin at Sydney's Bankstown Oval.
Batting at four, the left-hander came to the crease with his side at 2-96 and was involved in an important 61-run partnership with the in-form Michael Klinger (74).
Matthew Weaver departed shortly after for a duck before Miller followed after playing around a Laughlin delivery.
Miller's knock lasted 40 balls and included two fours.
This follows his debut innings of 47 not out last week.
The Redbacks are yet to win a match in this season's RYOBI Cup and sit second last on the points table.