The Leewards, along with Trinidad & Tobago, arrived in St. Kitts on Monday morning for their final round encounter and have since been kept busy in the practice nets.
The Leeward Islands would however still be somewhat unsettled by their most recent defeat by an innings, against Barbados, in Bridgetown.
The Leewards have found themselves at the bottom of the table, along with the Combined Colleges and Campuses, CCC. Both teams are on 12 points having played five games, with one victory, 4 losses and no draws.
This now means that Leewards have squandered all chances of reaching the next stage of the tournament, the Semi-Finals.
On the other hand, Trinidad & Tobago, with 34 points, is still fancying their chances of a spot in the penultimate stage of the contest and also still some hope that they might make it to the finals. From 5 matches, Trinidad has won 2 matches, lost 2 and drawn one.
The match is scheduled for Friday 23rd through to Monday, 26th March.
The game is being hosted free of charge thus members of the public and cricket fans in particular are being encouraged to turn out in their numbers to enjoy four days of competitive cricket. Play begins at 10:00am daily.