Albany cricket legend Ryan Kinnear has marked his 300th A-grade game for Manypeaks with a thrilling victory. Kinnear reached the major milestone in the rescheduled Albany and Districts Cricket Association round six fixture played at Turf South on Sunday. Peaks emerged with a epic three-wicket win over Collingwood Park, chasing down 196 to record a memorable result on Kinnear’s big day. Kinnear is a life member of Manypeaks and a dual premiership player, who has taken more than 440 career wickets and has a highest score of 124 not out. Seb Stanton and Warwick Durack were instrumental with the bat in the run chase, while James Bottomley did the damage with the ball in Peaks’ third 50-over win of the season. Park posted 195 batting first to give themselves a strong chance of victory, but Stanton (70 runs off 91 balls) and Durack (30 off 33) helped get their side home. Bottomley (11) and Jakob Douglas (10) scored the important runs in the final stages to secure victory with just three balls to spare. Peaks needed 14 runs from the last 12 balls and then four runs from the final over. Bottomley hit two runs and then a quick single levelled scores as the responsibility fell to Douglas to put the game to bed. Park’s Josh Dallimore fizzed a ball down the wicket with plenty of height but Douglas dispatched it through the off-side for the game-winning three runs as Peaks completed the brilliant run chase to finish at 7-198. Ollie Davidson (3-27) and Alex Garlick (2-36) were the pick of the bowlers for Park in the tense defeat. Earlier in the innings, Park had plenty of contributions with middle-order batsmen Jed Schwarzbach (41 off 64) and Mitch Woods (26 off 33) finishing as top scorers after they had stumbled to 5-112. John Miell (23), Davidson (18), Ryan Davies (21) and Brad Bootsma (16) were also solid as they worked the ball around and hit boundaries early. Peaks’ Bottomley returned fantastic bowling figures of 3-21 in the triumph while Paul Donaldson (2-39) and Jon Gellweiler (2-29) also chipped in. Despite the loss, Park remain one point clear of Royals atop the A-grade ladder with six rounds left to play in the regular season.