Collingwood Park have booked a spot in the LSR Sports Albany and Districts Cricket Association under-17s T20 grand final after a five-wicket victory over Railways on Sunday. A star showing from Buddy Robinson set up the win with the all-rounder taking four wickets and finishing on an unbeaten 43 runs in round four. The Tigers set Park 113 for victory with Park reaching that target in the 17th over, notching their third straight win in the competition. Robinson was on fire early, taking four consecutive wickets as the Tigers crumbled to 4-8 in the third over. The seamer had Lachie Tindale caught for a golden duck before Harrison McLeod caught for one and then bowled Marshall O’Meara (1) and Brock Wilkinson (0). Shannon T’Hart (1) was run out soon after, bringing Milan Jaggi to the crease with Charlie Cousins. Cousins (50) was the saviour for the Tigers, smashing an unbeaten half century with Jaggi (17) and Heath Caldwell (19) also contributing at the back-end of the innings as they finished on 7-112. Robinson posted impressive bowling figures of 4-17. Peter Darmody (18) and Rory Luscombe (24) shared in a 38-run opening stand before they were removed by Jaggi and Caldwell respectively. Jed Schwarzbach and Buddy Robinson kept the run rate ticking over before Schwarzbach (19), Austin Brown (0) and Kaleb Germain (0) all fell in the space of eight balls of each other, leaving scores at 5-92. But Robinson and O’Shea Durack (27) steered Park home with a classy 50-run stand to reach the target as their side posted 5-142 in reply. Kai Harvey (2-18) was the only multiple wicket taker for the Tigers in the loss which ended their grand final hopes. Meanwhile Royals were three-wicket winners over Mt Barker. Batting first, the Bulls finished on 7-89 at the end of their innings with the Lions reaching that total with ease before piling on the runs in a free-scoring innings of 7-228. Teague Valli (50), Caleb Haua (53) and Devon Jefferis (28) were impressive for the Lions while Max Harriss (20) and Jared Ballard (52) stood out in a losing affair. Later in the day Manypeaks emerged five-wicket winners over the Bulls while the Lions won their second game against the Tigers by 62 runs.