2010 Frontline Fair Play Index winners
Full-backs Ben Jones-Bishop (Harlequins RL) and Misi Taulapapa (Sheffield Eagles) enjoyed an uplifting experience while receiving £5,000 prizes for their clubs as winners of the 2010 Frontline Fair Play Index.
Harlequins have been crowned as the best disciplined club in the engage Super League for the second time in the four-year history of the Frontline Fair Play Index. They entered their last match of the 27-match league campaign level at the top of the table with matchday opponents Warrington Wolves and conceded two less points on the Fair Play Index to win the title.
In the Co-operative Championship, the Eagles beat off the challenge of Keighley Cougars and league leaders Featherstone Rovers to earn the accolade as best behaved club.
Jones-Bishop, who spent the 2010 season with the Quins on loan from Leeds Rhinos, and Taulapapa, formerly in the NRL with New Zealand Warriors and Cronulla Sharks, received the award of £5,000 worth of product at the headquarters of Frontline Bathrooms in Featherstone.
The presentation was made by Nick Hall, Director and Chief Executive, of Frontline Bathrooms, one the UK’s leading suppliers to the bathroom industry.