Collingwood Park have made a fast start to the new Albany and District Cricket Association A-grade season, winning their opening two games to sit clear in second spot. After a gutsy win over Royals last week, Park were able to back it up in round two with an impressive 20-run triumph over Manypeaks on Saturday at Turf North. Park posted a match-winning total batting first on the back of half-centuries from Leroy van den Dool and Mitch Woods. When opener Nick Barrow fell after his quick fire 37, Park were at 2-47 but van den Dool and Nathan Dovey steadied the ship with a 64-run partnership. Dovey was removed for 34 by Regan Poett, bringing Woods to the crease to join van den Dool with the pair going on to add 45 runs. Peaks slow bowler Jeremy Stewart dismissed van den Dool for 57 and just two balls later had Jesse Spaanderman trapped in front for a duck. Paul Donaldson took a double-wicket maiden in the 37th over and then snared his fourth wicket of the innings to have Park at 8-173. However, Woods fought hard and a 49-run stand with No.10 Steve Van Nierop helped Park finish 8-222 from 45 overs. Donaldson finished with impressive figures of 4-32 off nine overs while Stewart claimed 3-41. In the run chase, a superb innings from Donaldson was not enough for Peaks to get over the line as they were bowled out for 202 in the 43rd over. Peaks slumped to 2-39 when Seb Stanton was bowled by Jesse Spaanderman for 13 and that brought Donaldson in to join opener Regan Poett. Poett and Donaldson added 120 runs for the third wicket as the latter hit the ball to all parts in a blistering 85 from 55 balls. Donaldson cracked five sixes and seven fours in his entertaining innings but Nick Barrow was the man to claim the big wicket. Barrow got Poett just a few overs later for 37 and Peaks fell to 8-180 before young pair Charlie Walters (14) and Jack Stephens (11) tried to drag their team to an unlikely victory. Peaks, however, lost 7-43 after Donaldson departed and as a result lost their second straight game. Barrow was the main destroyer with 3-38 off nine overs and Park opener Ben Grey chipped in with 2-24.