Scottish international Oliver Davidson tore through Mt Barker’s top order to help Collingwood Park record a third straight victory at Turf South in a fiery affair on Saturday afternoon. Park moved within three points of top side Royals after their seven-wicket victory in round eight of the Albany and Districts Cricket Association A-grade competition. Davidson dominated Park in the early stages with his spin bowling and finished with outstanding figures of 5-17 off 10 overs. With the Bulls batting first, Davidson had five of the first six wickets in the innings as the opposition stumbled to 6-76 by the 25th over. After Josh Dallimore dismissed opener Alex Fergie in the first over, Davidson took control to stun the Bulls with a breakout performance since joining Park. The 18-year-old took his five wickets consecutively, leaving the Bulls in disarray as they were bowled out for 110. Davidson skittled Jarrad Gardner (18 runs) to set things in motion before Bulls gun Nathan Crudeli stepped up to the crease looking to steady the innings. Crudeli and Neil Ferrerra (23) did not take any unnecessary risks with Alex Garlick and Davidson bowling two maiden overs after Gardner’s wicket. Crudeli whacked a boundary and added 14 runs but Davidson had the all-important scalp, crashing into his stumps in the 15th over. Bulls captain Jeremy Wood then became Davidson’s third wicket, trapped in front for a duck. Four overs later, Adam Ditchburn’s (4) stumps were rattled into before Davidson had his fifth wicket in the form of Liam Gardner (1) who was removed lbw. Jonte Eastough added 22 vital runs but the Bulls were dismissed for their smallest total batting first of the season. Davidson’s five-wicket heroics was well supported by Dallimore (3-37) and Jarrad Norton (2-10). With Bulls requiring 111 to win, there was an early glimmer of hope as Steven Scott smashed into the middle stump of Rory Luscombe when he was on three. However, the ship was steadied by the red-hot Davidson. Jed Schwarzbach and Davidson shared in a 39-run stand before Schwarzbach was removed by Wood for nine. Davidson finished as the game’s highest scorer with a vital knock of 38 before he was caught by Fergie at cover from the bowling off Jarrad Gardner. Captain Brad Bootsma (22) was almost run out in the 28th over after Garlick (22) hesitated at mid wicket but their 43-run partnership steered Park home, notching their third win of the season and with a bonus point.