Hull KR top fair play league

Hull Kingston Rovers have moved back to the top of the Frontline Fair Play Index after conceding just eight fair play points in their 36-16 victory over Warrington Wolves in Round 11 of the Engage Super League.

Last week’s leaders Warrington Wolves have dropped to second place after an ill-disciplined performance which saw them concede 18 fair play points in their defeat at Craven Park.

The biggest movers are Bradford Bulls who fall from third to seventh place after conceding 18 points in their 36-14 victory over Catalans Dragons.

Catalans remain at the bottom of the Frontline Fair Play Index, 16 points behind Huddersfield Giants after conceding 13 points, which includes the one-match ban handed to Australian loose forward Dallas Johnson.

In the Co-operative Championship, Barrow Raiders top the Frontline Fair Play Index after Round Seven. Raiders are closely followed by Leigh Centurions, who are just one point behind the Cumbrian side.

Sheffield Eagles, Keighley Cougars and Featherstone Rovers are all within touching distance of Barrow with only eight fair play points separating the top five sides.

Widnes Vikings are now just 13 points adrift of Toulouse Olympique at the bottom of the Frontline Fair Play Index but have played one game less than their French counterparts.

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.

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