The USA's campaign in the West Indies one-day competition ended yesterday with another defeat, leaving them without a win.

Their opponents were the Combined Campuses and Colleges, who put the USA in after winning the toss. The match had already been reduced to 27 overs due to rain, and they reached 127/8 from their overs. Kavesh Kantasingh was the pick of the bowlers with 4/15.

The USA kept the run scoring down in the students' run chase, but couldn't take wickets regularly, and they won by six wickets with 15 balls to spare. Kirk Edwards top scored with an unbeaten 36.

In the other matches of the day, Barbados beat the Windward Islands by 13 runs, and Jamaica beat Guyana by 36 runs. Canada will play their last match tomorrow when they take on hosts Guyana. They will need to win to avoid finishing last in the table.

Combined Campuses and Colleges beat USA by 6 wickets
Everest Cricket Club Ground, Georgetown, Guyana, 18 November
USA 127/8 (27 overs, D Evans 30, K Kantasingh 4/15, R Currency 3/20)
Combined Campuses and Colleges 128/4 (24.3 overs, K Edwards 36*)