Deducting five points (Rule 108.2.6) from Caledonia and Portobello for not attending the men’s Championship 1 finale at Grantham last weekend; and from York City for not fulfilling two Championship 3 fixtures at Haberdashers.
Confirming both the cancellation of the Super 5s finale at Coventry and the award of the men’s title to City of Manchester, whose girls had already won the women’s competition.
Cancelling the Champions Cup, due on 25/26 April, but with a firm commitment to reinstate it next year.
Postponing the men’s and women’s qualification tournaments until September.
Postponing the League’s annual meeting, due on 10 May.
Confirming Polytechnic as champions of men’s Championship 1 (Cheltenham waived their opportunity to challenge).
Caledonia’s points deduction ends their promotion chances from men’s Championship 1. Polytechnic and Cheltenham have already qualified. There are three teams on equal points in third place – Sutton & Cheam, Watford and Welsh Wanderers. To determine which one goes up, they will be invited to complete this season’s matches against each other before the start of the start of the 2020/21 campaign.
All the above, of course, is a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Swim England have cancelled all their events between now and the end of May.