The West Indies first-class season enters the second round of action from this Friday with three matches set to take place.

The WICB’S Adriel “Woody” Richard has produced some stats, which I Witness News are pleased to share with you our readers.

We always like to ensure that you win those crucial arguments by pointing to the facts.

These are personal career milestones achieved by players in the 2014 Regional 4-Day Tournament up to and including the first round of matches:

Round 1

Shivnarine Chanderpaul reached 5,000 runs for Guyana in the Regional 4-Day Tournament, when he reached 19 in the first innings against the Leeward Islands and his compatriot Narsingh Deonarine reached 4,000 runs for Guyana in the Regional 4-Day Tournament, when he reached 15 in the first innings of that match. Chanderpaul went on to make 45 with Deonarine getting a century.

NOTE: Deonarine has also scored 644 runs and taken 18 wickets for West Indies “B” in the R4Day which is not included in the above aggregate.

Jamaica’s left-arm spinner Nikita Miller captured his 300th wicket for the Jamaica in the Regional 4-Day Tournament, when he dismissed Windwards batsman, Sunil Ambris, his second wicket in the Windward Islands second innings. Barbados’ Kemar Roach captured his 200th wicket in first-class matches, when he dismissed Trinidad’s Denesh Ramdin, his second wicket in the Trinidad & Tobago first innings. Leewards pacer, Gavin Tonge reached 1,000 runs for Leeward Islands in the Regional 4-Day Tournament when he reached 47 in the second innings in their match against Guyana. He was dismissed for 49