A dominant display from striker Mitch Bradbury ensured Manypeaks won their second game of the Lower Great Southern Hockey Association men’s A-grade season on Saturday night. In wet and cold conditions, Bradbury was the difference against Vikings in round five as he netted two goals and had a hand in another. An early strike from Damen Guest put Peaks ahead and Bradbury had a brace by half time, one goal coming via a penalty stroke. Peaks won a penalty stroke and Bradbury slotted his shot past goalkeeper Simon Whitfort but Bradbury was called back after the umpires realised Whitfort had not said he was ready to defend his goal. It mattered little as Bradbury again found the back of the net with his second attempt to double Peaks’ advantage. Peaks went into half time with a 3-0 lead after a terrific field goal from Bradbury with just over three minutes to play. Any slim hope of a Vikings comeback was ended when Peaks quickly made it 4-0 thanks to a goal from Hayden Mills and then on the verge of three quarter time Taylor Pocock tapped in a goal from close range. Peaks finished 5-0 winners in the end thanks to Bradbury’s heroics while Guest and Chris Metcalfe were also instrumental in midfield. David Pyle was a shining light in defeat for the Vikings, doing his best to halt the Peaks surging forward time and time again. Tim Burns and Matt Perry also played well for the Vikings who have now have lost four of their first five games. Spencer Park made it five straight wins in the men’s A-grade competition, as they took care of North Albany earlier in the day. Brodie Sarre, Alex Fergie and James Leiper all found the back of the net in the 3-1 triumph, their side with a maximum 15 points so far this season having won all five matches. Park were best served by Brock Keymer, Darren Parkes and Charlie Hudson while Phil Stan-Bishop, Travis Douglas and Jack Carlson were strong in defeat for Redbacks and Simon Philpott scored their goal. Meanwhile in the women’s A-grade competition Spencer Park returned to the top of the ladder after beating the reigning premiers North Albany on Saturday. Goals from Tessa Wood, Sienna Ball and Georgina Lilford guided Park to a tight 3-2 win over Redbacks. Redbacks scored through Beck Gallimore and Gemma Schoof and were well led by Michelle Ericsson and Lauren Spinks. Ella Sarre starred for Park and was well supported by Jamiee Shannon and Lilford as the result pushed their side one point above the Redbacks on the ladder with their third win of the season. In the other women’s A-grade fixture played this week, Mt Barker emerged 2-1 winners on their home turf on Monday night against Manypeaks.