An interesting finish is on the cards in Barbados, with Guyana needing 289 with nine wickets in hand on the final day against Combined Campuses & Colleges. CCC gained the first-innings lead after Guyana's last two pairs managed only ten runs. Fast bowler Kevin McClean struck both blows for CCC to complete his maiden five-for in first-class games.

Nekoli Parris then struck his first first century as CCC piled on 300 for 5 before declaring their second innings. Parris built on a solid start from openers Romel Currency and Simon Jackson - both of whom were out in the 40s, offering catches to the close-in fielders off the spinners. Kurt Wilkinson retired hurt on 9 after he was hit on the hand by a delivery from medium-pacer Brandon Bess and the score was 189 for 4 when Floyd Reifer was trapped lbw for 6. Wicketkeeper Chadwick Walton, who made an unbeaten 51, then added 94 with Parris, who was dismissed for 105 by Veerasammy Permaul. Permaul was the pick of the bowler, with 2 for 25 off 12 overs.

Guyana lost an early wicket, that of Shemroy Barrington, in their chase, finishing the day at 30 for 1.

Windward Islands need another 194 to avoid an innings defeat against Barbados in Grenada. Windwards crumbled for 194 in their first innings after Barbados declared on their overnight score of 395 for 8. Rawl Lewis, the captain, played a lone hand, scoring 84 in a team score of 192. He struck 11 fours and two sixes in his 155-ball innings. Kemar Roach (3-33) and Tino Best (2-25) ripped through the top order. Lewis led the fightback with Shane Shillingford, with the duo putting on 63 for the seventh wicket. Corey Collymore got rid of Shillingford, and Ryan Hinds wrapped up the innings with his 4 for 36, with Lewis the penultimate batsman to be dismissed. Barbados enforced the follow on, and Roach quickly dismissed Devon Smith, coming into this game on the back of a double-century, for the second time on the day. Windwards closed the day on 9 for 1.

A late three-wicket burst from allrounder Richard Kelly raised Trinidad and Tobago's hopes against Jamaica in Port of Spain. Having dismissed T&T for 202, Jamaica were cruising at 136 for 2 when Kelly struck. Brenton Parchment led their reply with 54, with one-drop Donovan Pagon scoring 41. Kelly, who made an unbeaten 25 in T&T's innings, struck thrice off his 9.5 overs as Jamaica finished the day at 148 for 5.