Manypeaks secured a bonus-point victory against Railways to remain undefeated and move to the top of the ladder in the Albany and Districts Cricket Association on Saturday. Peaks recorded a three-wicket victory over the Tigers on Hard North on the back of a steadying partnership from Warwick Durack and Charlie Walters. The bonus-point win helped Peaks move a game clear on top, with Mt Barker having a bye in round two. After bowling the Tigers out for 119, Peaks got into plenty of early trouble at 5-52 despite a 30-run opening stand. Cooper Filipowski made the first breakthrough removing Regan Poett for 16 and then in his next over removed Kieran Howie for 16. Tigers captain Coen Marwick got through the defences of last week’s centurion Paul Donaldson and then in his seventh over skittled Ethan Drew (1) and trapped Seb Stanton (8) in front. Durack and Walters walked to the crease within a matter of balls and they stood tall to rescue the innings. The pair ticked the run rate along nicely working plenty of twos to get their side within sight of victory. Durack took control of the innings and Walters played a strong support role as they put on 59 runs together before Durack was out lbw for 36 by Lawrence T’Hart. Walters was caught in the same over for 18 and their side still required six runs to win but they got across the line in the 32nd over to secure a bonus point. Marwick finished with 3-28 from his nine-over spell while Filipowski and T’Hart also snared two wickets each. The Tigers were restricted to 119 after winning the toss and batting first, losing 6-17 at the back end. Marwick and Josh Noakes combined for a 35-run opening stand but the latter and Hayden Davies fell in close proximity. Oswin D’Sylva (14) and Marwick added 31 runs but when Marwick was bowled by Jon Brodala on 38 his side fell to 4-78. Youngsters Billy O’Meara (19) and Mohit Jaggi (8) took their side into triple figures but they lost their final three wickets without the score changing. Jack Stephens (2-21), Donaldson (2-21) and Walters (2-24) did the damage with the ball for Peaks, who have now won their first two games of the new campaign.