Manypeaks captain Aran Tilbury believes his side are capable of turning the tables on second semifinal opponents Railways and progress to their third straight Albany and Districts Cricket Association A-grade grand final. The close rivals will meet again for a third successive year at the second semifinal stage on Saturday afternoon, and Tilbury said he was confident Peaks could avoid a preliminary final showdown on Sunday with either Collingwood Park or Royals. Peaks slipped up in the final round of the regular season last week, as the Tigers pinched top spot with a 41-run victory. Crucial opening bowler Myles O’Meehan will return to the Peaks line-up, which will be full strength as they look to turn the tables on the reigning six-time premiers. “All four teams can beat anyone on their day,” Tilbury said. “That is how close the season has been. “They beat us and were better than us last week, and we’ve simply got to be better. “If we play the standard of cricket we should be playing, then we can win, but we were just a bit flat, and with Railways you’ve got to get (wickets) early. “Burner (Paul Donaldson) moving home has given us a bit more experience. We’ve all been there before and we want to beat them for sure.” The winner of Saturday’s second semifinal qualifies directly for the grand final, while the loser backs up the next day in a preliminary final. Chasing a record seventh straight A-grade title, the Tigers enter the finals series in top form, having won their past five games. Key strike bowler Hayden Davies and top-order batsman Brendan Crudeli will be inclusions for the big final as skipper Nathan Crudeli confirmed one player from last week’s winning team would have to make way. Crudeli, in his first season in charge, said the season had come together well for the defending champions. “We’ve been building for a couple of weeks,” he said. “We had our best performance with the bat all year last week and a lot of things are clicking at the moment. Everyone in the team is hungry and there is a bit of a point to prove for us. “We could play Manypeaks three games in a row, which is very strange, but they are a serious cricket team who had added some power hitting down the order, which is something they’ve lacked in the past.” The two sides will do battle at Turf North from noon on Saturday.