Trinidad & Tobago's hopes of closing in on leaders Jamaica were thwarted by persistent rain on the final day at St Augustine against Combined Campuses and Colleges. Having secured first-innings points, T&T were pushing for a win to gain the maximum 12 points from the game.

However, only 14.4 overs were possible, with no play after the first hour. CCC, who conceded a 47-run first-innings lead, extended their overnight score of 43 for 2 to 71 without losing any more wickets. Simon Jackson, the CCC captain, got to his first half-century of the season, while at the other end nightwatchman Ryan Austin contributed four, in an unbroken stand of 71.

Sherwin Ganga was named Man of the Match for a career-best 90 in T&T's first innings. T&T, who are 15 points adrift of Jamaica, host Leeward Islands in the next round, while CCC face Barbados.