Manypeaks will be going all out to stitch up top spot in the final round of Albany and Districts Cricket Association A-grade competition when they face six-time reigning premiers Railways on Saturday. The Tigers have come with a late run, winning their past four games and threatening to grab top spot from Peaks’ grasp in round 15 ahead of their second semifinal showdown next week. It will be an ideal match-up for the top two sides in the competition as they prepare to do battle for much bigger stakes in a week’s time, with a grand final berth on the line. Peaks sit four points clear on top and a win will sew up top spot, and in case of a washout the highest ranked team progresses under ADCA rules. Heading into their clash at Turf East, Peaks captain Aran Tilbury said his side were firmly focused on finishing on top. “We are looking at this weekend and trying to hang on to that top spot,” he said. “It is going to be a good test for us as Railways have been the best side for a long time. “Finishing on top is the goal, hopefully we can win and then take some form into next weekend’s final. “The team is looking good, we just have Milo (Myles O’Meehan) unavailable.” Royals will be desperately trying to regain some form heading into their second straight finals campaign when they take on the winless Denmark at Turf South. The Lions have failed to reach triple figures in their past three games, encountering a worrying form slump as they’ve lost five of the past six games. Collingwood Park will look to continue their hot form having won six of their last seven games and tackle Mt Barker at Turf North in their final regular fixture. Park will finish third and face the Lions in next Saturday’s elimination final.