There have been a long list of landmarks for Kent in tricky conditions on the second FGS Plant Tour to the West Indies.
Seven bowlers have claimed career-best figures and three batsmen have recorded career-bests on the trip so far.
Ivan Thomas tops the wicket-taking table with 11 to date including his best-ever figures of 4/30 against Jamaica.
Joe Denly proved his all-round ability with 10 wickets for 18.5 runs each including a career-best 4/35 against Jamaica and conceded less than four runs an over in the tournament.
Will Gidman has been the most economical bowler with a rate under 3. His ten wickets, included a career-best 4/20 against Guyana.
Calum Haggett has taken nine wickets and Grant Stewart made his List A debut with three wickets, taking a total of seven.
The spinners have shone too: Imran Qayyum claimed six wickets including a career-best 4/33 against the USA, Adam Riley improved his career-best twice and James Tredwell has kept the scoring in check, conceding just 3.59 runs an over.
Mitch Claydon claimed his maiden five-wicket haul in one-day cricket in the group opener against Guyana, before picking up a back niggle.
Playing on slow used wickets, several batsmen produced decisive displays with Joe Denly and Alex Blake producing man-of-the-match innings with half-centuries.
20-year-old Zak Crawley passed 50 twice including a century stand with Sean Dickson to defeat hosts Leeward Islands.
Dickson notched his seventh one-day half century and Daniel Bell-Drummond scored his fifth one-day century and Adam Rouse scored a career-best 75 not out against Jamaica.
The lower-order also contributed with Grant Stewart showing all-round quality, top-scoring with 44 in the second win against the USA in a key 87-run stand with Calum Haggett (42).