An impressive bowling performance from Railways guided them to their first victory of the Albany and Districts Cricket Association season on Saturday, as their 90-run win secured them a double bonus point. After three losses to start the season, the Tigers produced a remarkable passage of bowling to dismiss Collingwood Park for just 42 on Turf North in round four. The Tigers posted 132 batting first as senior cricket returned to turf wickets before they ran rampant through Park’s batting line-up. Tigers captain Coen Marwick was trapped in front in the fourth over of the game but his side responded as youngsters Billy O’Meara and Keegan Berry added 38. O’Meara (22 runs) and Hayden Davies were removed in quick succession with Berry making it to 35 before he was bowled. That wicket triggered a collapse for the Tigers as they lost 5-8 with former Tiger Jarrad Fuller claiming three wickets in his first over and was on a hat trick but was unable to execute to sink his former side to 8-85. Youngsters Milan Jaggi and Lachlan Tindale (26 not out) added 20 together before Jaggi fell to Fuller. Tindale’s late cameo helped the Tigers post a total 132. Fuller finished with the terrific figures of 4-20 off seven overs against his former side while Jake Poad chipped in with 2-18. What happened next was unexpected and remarkable as the Tigers dismantled Park’s batting order. Star batsman Nathan Dovey was the first to go after skying the third ball of the innings before Marwick had Fuller trapped in front in his second over. The Tigers bowled five straight maidens and claimed 3-0. Nick Barrow was bowled, Jackson Davidson was trapped in front and Josh Duffield was out LBW as Park stumbled to 5-21. Matt Heberle and Leroy van den Dool added 16 together but that would be as good as it got for Park as they lost their final five wickets for five runs. Cooper Filipowski claimed three wickets in one over then Marwick ended the game with a great run-out. Marwick returned outstanding figures of 1-4 off seven overs, while Filipowski was just as impressive with 3-2 off 1.3 overs and Davies chipped in with three scalps.