Premier League officials have been forced to scrap the original fixture list and now the remaining five teams - Swindon, Slough, Kingston, Guildford and Telford - will play each other on a home and away basis, leading to semi-finals and a final.
Keith Milhench, the Kingston Hawks coach, said: "It's been absolute mayhem. I can't stress too strongly how disgusted I am at Solihull."
Manchester Storm's Hilton Ruggles will sit out his side's next two Superleague play-off matches following a disciplinary hearing. Ruggles was involved in a brawl with Newcastle Cobras' Terho Koskela during Storm's 3-0 defeat last Wednesday. Although both players were handed penalties during the game, a video has shown Ruggles using a helmet during the affray, which means an automatic ban for excessive rough play.Reuse content