Bradford Bulls and Hull FC are the new joint leaders of the Frontline Fair Play Index following Round 3 of the engage Super League season.
Hull FC were the fairest team of Round Three conceding only three points during their victory over Wigan which allowed them to climb from fifth spot place to join the Bulls at the top of Index.
Meanwhile last week's leaders, Wigan Warriors slip to joint third with Huddersfield Giants and Harlequins RL. The Warriors conceded 16 points over the Round with Phil Bailey picking up a one match suspension after being found guilty of a dangerous throw.
Catalans Dragons conceded a Round high of 34 points and now sit 12 points adrift at the bottom of the table following their match against Leeds Rhinos after which David Ferriol was found guilty of a dangerous throw and suspended for two matches.
The best disciplined team which finishes at the top of the Frontline Fair Play Index at the end of the regular engage Super League season will win a trophy as well as a £5,000 prize from leading bathroom suppliers to the bathroom industry, Frontline Bathrooms.
The scoring system for the Frontline Fair Play Index in the engage Super League is as follows: