Ilya Shymanovich of Belarus was the star of Match 5 of the ISL ©Getty Images

Energy Standard ended the International Swimming League (ISL) Playoff Match 5 with a victory, following some impressive displays that snatched them bundles of jackpot points in the Dutch city Eindhoven.

Belarusian Ilya Shymanovich put in the performance of day two in the men's 100 metres breaststroke, scoring 30 points in a short course world record of 55.28sec.

He snatched points from all swimmers except his team mate, Felipe Lima of Brazil, giving the team a monumental 37 points in one race.

Shymanovich and Lima achieved the same feat the day before in the men's 50m breaststroke in a dominant one-two.

Hong Kong's Siobhan Haughey put in a similar performance in the women's 200m freestyle, finishing in a time of 1min 50.65sec to take points from everyone except DC Trident's Joanna Evans of the Bahamas, giving Energy Standard another set of 30 points.

The team of Shymanovich, South African Chad le Clos, Sweden's Sarah Sjostrom and Czech swimmer Simona Kubová gave Energy Standard another 30 points with victory in the mixed 4x100m medley in a time of 3min 33.32sec, finishing in front of LA Current and London Roar.

Sydney Pickrem was victorious in the women's 400m individual medley ©Getty Images
Sydney Pickrem was victorious in the women's 400m individual medley ©Getty Images

The points hauls did not just go the way of Energy Standard, as London Roar had two strong results in the women's and men's 400m individual medley.

First, Canada's Sydney Pickrem scored 21 points in a time of 4:29.21 in the women's race in front of compatriot and DC Trident swimmer Bailey Andison, and Britain's Duncan Scott took 22 points in the men's race in a time of 4:01.80 in front of American Charlie Swanson of Energy Standard.

Energy Standard finished top of the standings with 539.5 points, with London Roar scoring 498.5 for second.

LA Current were third on 394.5 and DC Trident finished a distant fourth with 284.5.