Sewnarine Chattergoon and Leon Johnson scored 98 and 80 respectively in a 183-run second-wicket stand before Guyana's match against Windward Islands in Providence petered out into a draw. Windward Islands, on the basis of taking the first-innings lead, pipped Guyana by a solitary point to finish fifth in the final team standings for the 2007-08 Carib Beer Cup.
Resuming on Guyana's overnight score of 29 for 1, Chattergoon and Johnson scored the 42 runs required to erase Windwards' lead as they put on 75 runs in the morning session. Chattergoon, meanwhile, brought up his fifty off 107 balls. Johnson joined Chattergoon in making a half-century during the post-lunch session, where only 56 runs were added.
Chattergoon fell two runs short of his century, and Johnson followed him to the pavilion after he was bowled by Mervyn Matthew. Guyana lost two more wickets before the game was called off, with Matthew finishing with 3 for 39.