Scottish star Oliver Davidson continued his sizzling form with a superb all-round display in Collingwood Park’s 10-wicket double bonus-point rout of Railways at Turf North on Saturday. Davidson dominated the Tigers from the outset, snaring six wickets before adding 58 runs to hand Park their fourth straight win in round nine of the Albany and Districts Cricket Association A-grade competition. The Tigers managed just 87 batting first and despite a captain’s contribution from Coen Marwick, they lost 6-26 at the end and slumped to their sixth loss of the season. Josh Dallimore removed Billy O’Meara for a duck after an attempted cut shot deflected into his stumps as the Tigers lost their first wicket without a run on the board. Marwick hit four boundaries on his way to 40 runs but wickets fell around him as Milan Jaggi (7) was caught behind and then Mohit Jaggi (4) was skittled by Davidson. Alan Pietersen was removed on four and Dallimore had the all-important wicket of Marwick two overs later. Marwick ducked a bouncer from Dallimore but was unable to get his bat out of the way with Jefferis taking an easy catch behind to leave the Tigers in a tough spot at 5-61. Davidson ripped through the Tigers lower order with Lachlan Tindale (2), Andre Sutherland (13), Jack Banks (0), Harrison McLeod (0) and Ryan Tindale (3) all falling at the hands of the import. Marwick’s innings of 40 from 71 balls included four boundaries but his side were all out inside 30 overs. Davidson’s late game blitz helped him return outstanding figures of 6-11 from 7.4 overs, including three maidens, in his best return with the ball since joining Park. The 18-year-old Scottish international was well supported by Dallimore who snared 3-13. Park openers John Miell and Davidson wasted no time in their run chase, sharing in a match-winning 90-run opening stand to seal the result. Davidson smashed 58 off 49 balls and hit 10 fours while Miell scored 22 from 33 balls. Park reached the small total in 13.3 overs without losing a wicket as they jumped to 29 points, the same reigning premiers Mt Barker.