Experienced fast bowler Paul Donaldson has skittled Railways and his six-wicket haul helped Manypeaks jump to second spot on the Albany and Districts Cricket Association ladder on Saturday afternoon. Donaldson finished with six scalps in a clinical spell as his side demolished the Tigers on their way to a double bonus point win on Turf East. The eight-wicket victory in round 12 was Peaks’ seventh one-day triumph of the season and means they leapfrog Royals who had their game at the same venue abandoned because of a wet pitch. The Tigers were bowled out for a dismal 67 batting first before Peaks chased the total down inside 23 overs. Peaks youngster Charlie Walters knocked over Tigers captain Coen Marwick in the first over of the match before Billy O’Meara and Mohti Jaggi added 22. Kane Pinney had O’Meara caught and after some resistance from Mohit Jaggi and Ryan Davies it was all downhill for the Tigers. The Tigers fell to 3-39 when Donaldson claimed his first wicket, Ryan Davies for 13. Donaldson snared another two quick wickets and then Milan Jaggi was run out before Donaldson capped off a sensational display with three more scalps. Walters came back to finish off the innings as the Tigers lost 7-28 to be bowled out for a disappointing total. Donaldson was dominant with the ball, claiming 6-17 from six overs and Walters was also impressive with 2-15. Kieran Howie did the bulk of the scoring in the 20-run opening stand for Peaks before Regan Poett was caught for three. Howie fell for 23 with his side at 2-43 but Seb Stanton and Donaldson got their side home, passing the victory target in 22.4 overs. The other round 12 fixture between Royals and Collingwood Park was abandoned after morning rain left the wicket too wet. Players waited some time in an attempt to get a game started before the captains and umpire agreed to share the points. As a result Mt Barker secured the minor premiership and have booked their place in the grand final next month.