Hali Flickinger was among the winners as Cali Condors triumphed in Eindhoven ©Getty Images

Cali Condors came out on top in the International Swimming League Playoff Match 6 after overhauling Aqua Centurions in Dutch city Eindhoven.

Aqua established a 14-point lead after the first day helped by victories in the men’s 4x100 metres medley relay and men’s 4x100m freestyle.

Italian pair Matteo Rivolta and Fabio Scozzoli, The Netherlands’ Arno Kamminga and Japan’s Rika Omoto also registered wins as Aqua moved ahead of Cali Condors yesterday.

But Cali, who were without American star Caeleb Dressel, fought back valiantly as Erika Brown of the United States powered to victory in the women’s 100m freestyle.

This was followed by wins for Justin Ress of the US in the men’s 100m freestyle, compatriot Hali Flickinger in the women’s 200m butterfly and Eddie Wang of Taiwan in the men’s 200m butterfly.

American duo Beata Nelson and Lilly King also triumphed in the women’s 100 individual medley and women’s 100m breaststroke respectively, while Cali won the mixed 4x100m medley relay to extend their lead.

Going into the final race of the meet, Iron trailed Aqua in second by 12.5 points before Romania’s Robert Glință pulled off a superb victory in the men’s 50 backstroke skins.

Glință defeated Ress as Iron sealed second spot with 446 points behind Cali who finished on 532.5.

Cali are level with Energy Standard in the overall standings having both racked up 11 points, while the London Roar and LA Current complete the top four with 10 and eight points respectively.