All Round 2 games end in draws
Windward Islands 251 and 69 for 0 drew with Jamaica 289 and 293 (Lambert 68, Baugh 50, Sebastien 3-37)
Jamaica and Windward Islands drew their Carib Series match after the Windwards openers played out the last 21 overs of the final day at the Beausejour Stadium in St Lucia. Set a target of 332, Dwayne Smith and Andre Fletcher added 69 before stumps were drawn.
The day began with Lorenzo Ingram and Wavell Hinds resuming the batting for Jamaica at 43 for 2 and adding another 53 runs for the third wicket. Contributions were then made by Tamar Lambert, the innings' top-scorer with 68, David Bernard, run out on 45, and Carlton Baugh, 50. Liam Sebastien cleaned up the tail with his offbreak bowling and ended with 3 for 37 as Jamaica were bowled out for 293.
Trinidad 272 for 4 dec (Ganga 76, Barath 73, Pollard 69) drew with Guyana 141 for 2 (Dowlin 63*, Deonarine 50*)
The match between Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana ended in an inevitable draw with T&T declaring at 272 for 4 and Guyana managing 141 for 2 in their first innings at Guaracara Park in Trinidad. The first two days' play had been washed out by constant rain.
Daren Ganga and Adrian Barath, the T&T openers, were both dismissed by Reon King on the final morning without adding to their overnight scores. Kieron Pollard, picked for the West Indies preliminary World Cup squad, made 69 before being caught by Veerasammy Permaul off Narsingh Deonarine. Ganga, their captain, decided to declare after losing the fourth wicket when Dwayne Bravo was run out on 21.
After the Guyana openers, Krishna Arjune, 7, and Royston Crandon, 8, were dismissed Travis Dowlin and Deonarine added 96 runs for the third wicket. The day ended 39 overs into the Guyana innings.
Leeward Islands 236 and 98 for 1 (Jeffers 59*) drew with Barbados 263 and 247 for 5 dec (Richards 81, Blackman 63, Hinds 51*)
Leeward Islands drew with Barbados by batting out the 33 overs remaining on the fourth day after being set a target of 275 at Crab Hill in Barbados.
Barbados declared their second innings at 247 for 5 with half-centuries from Dale Richards, Wayne Blackman and Ryan Hinds. Richards and Blackman, the two openers, added 142 for the first wicket and Hinds was unbeaten on 51 when he declared the innings.
Shane Jeffers and debutant Javier Liburd got Leewards to 69 before Liburd was dismissed for 29. Steve Liburd and Jeffers then took the score to 98 before stumps were drawn.