Siobhan Haughey capped off a fine performance in match six of the International Swimming League (ISL) in Hungary, with three more wins on day two to add to the two she notched on day one. On the final day of action in Budapest, the Hongkonger added the mixed 4x100m freestyle, the 100m free and the 200m free victories to her haul of 400m freestyle and 4x100m free from day one . Five wins saw Haughey awarded the MVP for the match as her team, Energy Standard, topped the standings in round six of 10. The Paris-based team held a healthy lead over the Toronto Titans going into day two, but quickly extended that lead with two wins in the opening four races. In total, they claimed 22 wins from the 39 races competed on Sunday and Monday. Siobhan Haughey wins again as Energy Standard charge to top of standings in match six The win for Energy Standard was all the more impressive in light of the absence of team captain Sarah Sjostrom. The Swedish star was the MVP of the 2019 ISL season, but is recovering from a back injury. Haughey claimed the 200m free in an ISL record time of one minute, 51.42 seconds, the fifth quickest time in history. View this post on Instagram @siobhanhaughey01 showed us inhuman performance today with 3 wins overall. She brought an enormous amount of points (61.5) to her team and absolutely deserved to be the MVP of Match 6. Keep it up! Were you amazed by her performance today? #ISL #AquaPower #ISL2020 #ISwimLeagueS02 #ISwimLeague A post shared by International Swimming League (@iswimleague) on Nov 2, 2020 at 10:39am PST “The whole meet is really fun, that’s why I am swimming really fast. I have put a lot of hard work in,” Haughey said. The four points that Energy Standard claimed for winning the match, their first win of the season, moved them up to fourth in the overall standings with seven points. The top eight teams qualify for the semi-finals. The next match involving Haughey’s Energy Standard outfit takes place on Thursday and Friday. Last season, Haughey was one of the stand-out performers for her team, DC Trident. She secured a move to reigning champions Energy Standard ahead of the new season. All 13 rounds in the competition’s second season will take place inside a Covid-19-secure “bubble” in Budapest. The league consists of 10 teams that compete across 10 matches before semi-final and final events, which are held from November 14-16 and November 21-22 respectively. A total of US$6 million in prize money will be handed out to athletes throughout the competition.