Railways caused the biggest upset of the Albany and Districts Cricket Association under-17 season against Manypeaks on Sunday after a sparkling unbeaten innings from Mohit Jaggi. Manypeaks were the only undefeated team heading into round seven but the previously winless Tigers produced a spirited performance on Turf East. Chasing close to 200 for victory, Mohit Jaggi starred with the bat, whacking 98 not out from 81 balls, and shared in a vital 75-run final wicket partnership with Oliver Douglas to guide the Tigers to a remarkable victory. Earlier Manypeaks posted 198 on the back of an unbeaten 72 from Jakob Douglas. The Tigers were in early trouble in the run chase, falling to 3-17 after Cameron Walsh struck twice. However, Jaggi joined younger brother Milan and the pair had plenty of work to do. They shared in a 64-run stand before Milan was caught for 36 off 35 balls. When Milan was dismissed the Tigers lost 4-4 to be in all sorts of trouble as Jakob Douglas and Rory Sutherland snared two wickets each. The Tigers crumbled to 9-138 when Tom Geddes bowled Kai Harvey, however, a determined Mohit Jaggi and Oliver Douglas were intent on securing the Tigers’ first win. The pair combined for 75 runs for 10th wicket and Mohit Jaggi hit a four to secure the win with 11 balls to spare. With three balls remaining Mohit Jaggi hit another four to take him to 97 and then added a single but was not on strike for the final ball of the innings to deny him a deserved century. The Tigers finished on 9-213 to secure their first win of the season in outstanding fashion. Mohit Jaggi hit 11 fours and one six and Douglas was unbeaten on 39 in a vital knock. Walsh finished with 2-10 off his five overs while Sutherland snared 2-20 off seven and Jakob Douglas took 2-25. Jakob Douglas smacked 72 from 59 balls, including seven fours and four sixes, to help Manypeaks post 198. Geddes added 23 while Angus McSweeney made 17 at the top of the order. Oliver Douglas returned 3-8 from 2.4 overs for the Tigers. Royals moved to top spot as a result of Manypeaks losing as they demolished Collingwood Park by 96 runs on Turf South. Teague Valli made 60 not out from 45 balls that included six fours and two sixes while Devon Jefferis retired not out on 51 as the Lions posted 8-229 batting first. Collingwood Park were always in trouble in the run chase with Rory Luscombe top scoring with 23 while Jed Kowald made 19 but they were bowled out for 133. Brock Herbert took 3-3 off 2.4 overs at the end of the innings and Matt Thompson did the early damage with 2-18.