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ISL Season 3 Match 9 - Napoli

With DC Trident guaranteed a play-in match and Energy Standard, London Roar and Toronto Titans each planning their ISL Season 3 November campaigns, the teams met up Match 9 held in Naples over 23/24 Sep 2021.

Report Links: Day 1 | Day 2

Day 1


Video: Match 9 Day 1 highlights.

Favourite Louise Hansson (TOR, 55.67) won the Women's 100m Butterfly, holding off a late charge by Emma McKeon (55.78) who had overtaken Energy Standard’s Anastasiya Shkurdai (56.50) to secure second place for Roar. Marie Wattel also placed fifth for Roar in 57.33 while Vandice Hall clcoked 58.77 for Toronto.

Toronto's Match 7 winner Marius Kusch (TOR, 49.73) delivered another win in the Men's 100m Butterfly, beating second placed Chad le Clos (ENS, 50.02) by 0.3s. Roar's Ed Mildred clocked a 50.86, in sixth place, improving on his 2019 Ontario Junior International 52.27 time.

Toronto's Lisa Bratton (2:02.42) and Kylie Masse (2:02.45) combo produced another 1-2 in the Women's 200m Backstroke. Roar's Katie Shanahan (2:07.21) came seventh.

Titans winning streak came to an abrupt halt in the Men's 200m Backstroke with another win by Evgeny Standard (ENS, 1:49.93). By 150m he had taken the lead while Luke Greenbank was in fifth place but the Brit stormed back for second with 1:50.54. Max Litchfield (TOR, 1:54.71) finished seventh.
 

Evgenia Chikunova earned Energy Standard 15 points for her 2:17.57 Junior World Record Women's 200m Breaststroke swim. DC Trident's Bailey Andison (2:19.66) came second.

Over the second half of his race, Ilya Shymanovich (2:02.79) progressively took out the DC Trident competition from Tommy Cope (2:04.63) and then Cody Miller (2:03.77) to secure a consecutive Men's 200m Breaststroke win for the Energy Standard swimmer. Ross Murdoch (LON, 2:04.66) finished fourth.

Energy Standard (3:28.88) comfortably won the Women's 4x100m Freestyle and a 38 point haul. Titans (3:29.81) got the better of Roar (3:29.89) thanks to a Louise Hansson anchor leg. Anna Hopkin (52.12) handed over a third place for DC Trident to Isabela Hindley (52.71) which she maintained before they ultimately finished fourth. Georgia Davies (54.91) clocked 54.91 for the other ENS quartet.
 

Ben Proud (ENS, 20.84) delivered his fastest Season 3 performance and was the only sub-21s swimmer in winning the Men's 50m Freestyle ahread of Kyle Chalmers (LON, 21.00).

The Women's 50m Freestyle saw Sarah Sjostrom (23.53) deliver another win for ENS, this time by 0.23s over Match 7 winner Kasia Wasick (23.76). Anna Hopkin (DCT, 24.37) finished seventh.

Andreas Vazaios (DCT, 1:52.24) took over the lead from Finlay Knox (TOR, 1:52.70) after 50m and sustained it to take the Men's 200m Individual Medley win. Roar's Duncan Scott (1:53.27) placd third.

Roar's first win came from Sydney Pickrem (2:04.59) in the Women's 200m Individual Medley, after a strong breaststroke swim helped her to finish 0.71s ahead of second placed Mary-Sophie Harvey (2:05.30). Toronto's Candice Hall clocked 2:10.50.

After his earler win over 200m, Ilya Shymanovich (25.56) also dominated the Men's 50m Breaststroke, finishing 0.62s ahead of team mate Felipe Lima for an ENS 1-2. Ross Murdoch (26.88) placed fifth.

Guildford's Tatian Belonogoff (DCT, 30.55) finished fourth in the Women's 50m Breaststroke which was won by Roar's Alia Atkinson (29.48 in the only sub 30s time.

Roar then led throughout the Men's 4x100m Freestyle to secure 3:06.50 for a 24 point haul and a win by 1.56s over Titans. Ed Mildred (47.60) anchored the LON quartet home while racing against Ben Proud (47.83) in the sixth placed ENS team. Luke Greenbannk clocked 49.10 in a Roar team and Jay Lelliott also opened with 49.11 for Titans.

Kylie Masse (26.23) won her Women's 50m Backstroke battle with DCT's Ali Deloof (26.37) for Titans from an outside lane. Georgia Davies (ENS, 26.82) finished seventh.

Roar's Guilherme Guido has been one of their most consistent Season 3 performers, securing 19 points for a 22.73 Men's 50m backstroke win, the only sub 23s swimmer.

Siobhan Haughey (ENS, 4:00.67) powered home in the Women's 400m Freestyle, over 3s ahead of Leah Neale (4:03.90). Katie Shanahan clocked 4:08.85 in sixth place for Roar.

Duncan Scott (LON,3:42.72) was denied another Men's 400m Freestyle win by the superior second half race performance of Toronto's Luc Kroon (3:40.74). Max Litchfield (TOR) and Kregor Zirk (ENS) tied for fourth on 3:43.13.

Bath NC's Freya Anderson (51.78) anchored Roar (3:48.58) to a Women's 4x100m Medley Relay win over Energy Standard (3:48.96). A 1:05.83 from Tatiana Belonogoff and 551.75 anchor leg from Team Bath alumna Anna Hopkin helped DC Trident to a fourth placed finish. Isabella Hindley (58.53) led off DCT's other seventh placed quartet.

The reverse happened in the Men's 4x100m Medley Relay as ENS scored 24 points for a 3:22.38 win by over 0.5s from a chasing Roar team which featured Ross Murdoch (57.63). Adam Barrett (51.17) and Luke Greenbank (51.51) also featured in their respective sixth and seventh placed ENS and LON teams.
 

Day 1 Standings
1. Energy Standard, 300.5
2. London Roar, 227.0
3. DC Trident, 193.0
4. Toronto Titans, 185.5

Day 2
 

Olympic silver medalist Siobhan Haughey (ENS, 51.42) held off the challenge of Roar's gold medallist Emma McKeon (51.47) in the Women's 100m Freestyle. Anna Hopkin (DCT, 52.26) placed fifth.

Roar's Kyle Chalmers (46.02) led throughout the Men's 100m Freestyle, finishing 0.8s ahead of Aleksandr Shchegolev.

Early leader Madeline Groves was overtaken by her DC Trident team mate Zsuzsanna Jakabos (2:06.56) with 50m to go, taking the Women's 200m Butterfly win from Helena Rodendahl Bach by 0.48s. Candice Hall (TOR) swam a spirited 2:07.87 to finish fourth.

Alberto Razzetti (TOR, 1:51.15) progressively extended his lead over Chad le Clos (ENS, 1:51.33) to over a second with 50m to go in the Men's 200m Butterfly before the South African mounted a late challenge which left him 0.18s adrift. Ed Mildred (LON, 1:54.72) and Max Litchfield (TOR, 1:55.79) finished sixth and seventh.

The last 50m proved decisive for Kylie Masse (TOR, 56.34) as she finished 0.13s ahead of Roar's Kira Toussaint in the Women's 100m Backstroke. Georgia Davies (ENS, 57.94) finished sixth.

The Men's 100m Backstroke was always likely to be a close affair. Evgeny Rylov (49.42) overtook the only other sub 50s swimmer, Roar's Guilherme (49.65), to secure a narrow win and 15 points for Energy Standard.

A late charge by Roar's Sydney Pickrem (58.40) saw her get the touch by 0.02s over Energy Standard’s Mary-Sophie Harvey in the Women's 100m Medley. Isabella Hindley (1:00.34) secured points for DC Trident with her sixth place.

Finlay Knox (51.91) won another Men's 100m Medley for Titans, finishing 0.7s ahead of Roar's Andreas Vazaios. Roar's Luke Greenbank (53.74) and Ed Mildred (56.07) finished fifth and seventh respectively.

Early leader Alia Atkinson (LON, 1:04.09) enjoyed a comfortable win over Energy Standard’s Evgenia Chikunova (1:04.82) in the Women's 100m Breaststroke. Tatiana Belonogoff (DCT, 1:06.65) finished sixth.

Energy Standard duo Ilya Shymanovich (56.10) and Felipe Lima (57.27) delivered a 1-2 in the Men's 100m Breaststroke. Ross Murdoch (58.56) placed sixth for Roar.

Sarah Sjostrom (ENS, 25.15) won the Women's 50m Butterfly by 0.17s from Roar's Emma McKeon (25.32). Anna Hopkin swam to a seventh placed 26.22 finish for DC Trident.

The Men's 50m Butterfly was an even closer event in which 0.1s separated the first three - Ben Proud (ENS, 22.26), Marius Kusch (TOR, 22.32) and Dylan Carter (LON, 22.36).

Another dominant performance by Siobhan Haughey (ENS, 1:52.25) saw her finish the Women's 200m Freestyle 3.16s ahead of her nearest challenger, Leah Neale (DCT).

Roar's Duncan Scott (1:41.72) got back to winning ways in the Men's 200m Freestyle, finishing 1.18s ahead of Aleksandr Shchegolev (DCT, 1:42.90) in second place.

Half of the teams chose to swim MMFF but it paid off for Energy Standard (3:34.49) who won the Mixed 4x100m Medley ahead of a Roar (3:36.34) quartet which Luke Greenbank (50.64) led out. Isabella Hindley (52.61) and Anna Hopkin (51.93) respectively anchored DC Trident's sixth and seventh placed teams. Ross Murdoch (57.99), Marie Wattel (58.74) and Freya Anderson (52.56) contributed to a 3:40.31 Roar effort.

DC Trident's Bailey Andison (4:27.23) convincingly won the Women's 400m Medley by 5.51s and a 24 point haul, but Roar's breakout star Katie Shanahan (4:32.74) contributed 11 for her second place, making up somewhat for a 4 point deduction for the absence of team mate Sydney Pickrem. Titan Candice Hall (4:37.94) finished sixth.
 

There was plenty of British interest in the Men's 400m Medley. Duncan Scott (4:02.34) produced another win by 1.31s, Max Litchfield (TOR, 4:06.88) placed third and Ed Mildred clocked 4:20.93 for Roar.
 

Roar's Minna Atherton clocked rounds of 26.49 (4th), 26.84 (2nd) and 27.18 to win the Women's Backstroke Skins Race 50m ahead of Kylie Masse's 25.97 (1st), 26.96 (2nd) and 27.74.
 

The battle between Evgeny Rylov (ENS) and Guilherme Guido (LON) continued in the Men's Backstroke Skins Race 50m with Rylov - 22.97 (2nd), 23.47 (1st) and 24.23 - having the edge over Guido - 22.88 91st), 23.79 (2nd) and 25.88.
 

View Match 9 Result
1 Energy Standard 568.0
2 London Roar 457.5
3 Toronto Titans 380.5
4 DC Trident DCT 357.0

View MVP Standings


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Published
27.09.2021