Collingwood Park demolished their rivals on the way, including defending champions Railways, as they secured the Albany and Districts Cricket Association A-grade T20 title last Sunday afternoon. Park won their two qualifying games on Saturday to reach the decider and were set 86 to win after youngster Dustin Boyce’s outstanding four overs returned 5-14. Boyce’s heroics with the ball were matched by opening batsman Nic Barrow as his unbeaten 47 guided Park to a dominant nine-wicket win. Park thrashed the Tigers in the end, passing the total in the 16th over as they lost only Nathan Dovey (31 runs from 35 balls) with nine runs required to win. Barrow was in control from the outset, as he crunched balls over the top regularly for a couple of runs on his way to 47 off 53 balls to complete Park’s unbeaten run in the T20 competition. Earlier, Boyce snared a five-wicket haul, which included top scorer Ryan Davies (22) and Sam Want (14), to help limit the Tigers to 9-85 from their 20 overs. Davies’ dismissal was quickly followed by the run-out of Aidan Dallimore attempting an ambitious second run and then Connor T’Hart was clean ripped second ball. Boyce’s match-winning spell was supported by Tim Pyle (2-11) and Ben Grey (1-16) as Park secured the silverware. The Tigers defeated B-grade club Narrikup by 15 runs in their first game and then a swashbuckling 67 not out from Nathan Crudeli helped them down Royals by 47 runs to book a place in the final. Park were bowled out for 83 against Narrikup in the second round but emerged 20-run winners after restricting their rivals to 8-63 in reply. The Lions won their opening game against Denmark and Manypeaks also finished with one win, bouncing back from a heavy loss to the eventual winners to narrowly down the Magpies in game two.