Harlequins claim top spot in Frontline Fair Play Index
Harlequins RL are the new leaders of the Frontline Fair Play Index after Round 16 of Engage Super League despite conceding nine fair play points in their 50-22 victory over the Crusaders.
Last week’s leaders Bradford Bulls have slipped to sixth place after conceding 22 fair play points in their 52-6 defeat to Huddersfield Giants which includes the two-match ban handed to centre Michael Platt.
Catalans Dragons are 20 points adrift at the bottom of the table despite conceding just six fair play points – the lowest in Round 16 of the Frontline Fair Play Index .
In the Co-operative Championship, Barrow Raiders have established a 10-point lead at the top of the Frontline Fair Play Index over nearest rivals Sheffield Eagles but have played two games fewer than the Yorkshire side.
Halifax conceded the most fair play points in Round 13 of the Co-operative Championship a total of 24 points which leaves them just four points clear of bottom-placed Widnes Vikings.
At the end of the regular season the teams which finish top of the Frontline Fair Play Index in the Engage Super League and Co-operative Championship will be presented with a £5,000 prize from leading bathroom suppliers Frontline Bathrooms as well as a specially engraved trophy to mark their achievement.