I expect Clanachan skirted the issue as SK/CPL is in strange place due to the current circumstance.
The SK project like so many other areas of life is up in the air due to the pandemic. While the project is far ahead of other potential expansion clubs in some areas the SKSSS was a huge litmus test, building block and stepping stone to bridging where the project was to joining the league. Losing it is a massive blow, certainly in terms of the timescale. I truly believe there would have been a SK team in the league either in 2021 or 22 had things gone ahead as planned. Certainly next year seems out now. Tough because momentum was building and it seemed things were falling into place. A huge amount of groundwork, progress and planning is at best shelved for now.
There is a prospective SK team on the table for the CPL but it comes down to when and if the ownership feels the club and the community is ready to go with a sustainable team. It is sensible and will be worth the wait. The last thing anyone wants is a flash in the pan team that disappears after a couple of seasons. It is about planning for a club that will be here in 100 years. The CPL will know this and I expect by not name checking they avoid any extra pressure/expectation being placed. Thats my take anyway as much as it makes me sad face posts!