Collingwood Park produced its best performance with the ball, in a crushing double bonus point win over Manypeaks in round six of the Albany and Districts Cricket Association A-grade competition on Saturday. In a game that lasted just a couple of hours, Park ran riot with the ball and then needed less than 10 overs to chase down a small target on their way to their second win of the season. Park coasted to the double bonus point demolition of Peaks at Turf North, as English quicks Sam Keeling-Wright and Cameron Jones starred. The pair combined for seven wickets as Peaks were rolled for just 68 after winning the toss and batting first. Four of Peaks’ top six batters were bowled, as Keeling-Wright led the destruction with 5-21. Ryan Kinnear (0) was bowled in the third over of the game by Keeling-Wright and in the sixth over Jones crashed into the stumps to remove Peaks captain Regan Poett for three. He also had Kane Pinney caught behind for a second-ball duck. Keeling-Wright bowled Seb Stanton for 15 and was then on a hat-trick after dismissing Oliver Douglas in the same fashion the very next ball, with Peaks slumping to 5-27. Peaks’ overseas player Ben Southern was unbeaten on 18 but he lacked any real support with his side skittled inside 31 overs. Southern faced 63 deliveries but Peaks could not recover from their early collapse, making less than 100 for the second time this season. Keeling-Wright finished with five wickets in a terrific spell, snaring Dane Christensen in his ninth over to be the stand-out bowler. Jones chipped in with 2-15 from four overs while Michael Ferreira (1-5) and Ben Grey (1-7) also took wickets. The chase did not last long, with Keeling-Wright and Devon Jefferis having no trouble knocking off the small total. Jefferis hit four boundaries in his 34 from 32 balls and Keeling-Wright belted 30 from 18 balls, including five boundaries, as they scored a dominant 10-wicket win in just 8.1 overs. The pair took 13 runs off Cameron Walsh’s first over and 14 from Southern’s third over, his fellow countryman Keeling-Wright hitting him for a big six.