Leeward Islands 82 for 1 trail Guyana 448 (Chanderpaul 194, McGarrell 84) by 366 runs

Shivnarine Chanderpaul made sure his century was a big one © Getty Images

Guyana pushed home the advantage on the second day of their Carib Beer Cup match against Leeward Islands. Shivnarine Chanderpaul made sure his good form counted, going from an overnight 118 not out to 194. He was given good support by Neil McGarrell, who made 84 at No. 8. With these two contributions leading the way Guyana reached 448. In response Leeward Islands reached 82 for 1 at the end of the second day.

Jamaica 385 for 4 (Gayle 88, Samuels 130*, Baugh 76*) lead Windward Islands212 by 173 runs

Jamaica made Windward Islands pay for a first-innings batting failure as they piled on 385 for 4 in response to 212 and secured a lead of 173 at the end of the second day's play. Chris Gayle helped himself to 88 at the top of the order but it was Marlon Samuels who read the scoring charts with an unbeaten 130. Carlton Baugh, the diminutive wicketkeeper, chipped in with a vital unbeaten 76 in the lower order.

Trinidad & Tobago 244 and 47 for 3 trail Barbados 303 (Hinds 113) by 12 runs

Barbados eked out a 59-run lead against Trinidad & Tobago at the end of the second day of their Carib Beer Cup match at the Queen's Park Oval in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. Beginning the day on 6 for no loss, Barbados went to 303 thanks to 113 from Ryan Hinds and 71 from Dale Richards. Merv Dillon was the best of the bowlers for Trinidad & Tobago, and ended with figures of 4 for 47. In their second dig Trinidad & Tobago were put in a spot of bother as Corey Colleymore picked up three wickets with only 47 runs on the board when the day ended.