Chennai Super Kings bag IPL 2013 Fair Play Award

CSK won IPL 2013 Fair Play Award

Chennai Super Kings (CSK), the team whose name appeared in the spot-fixing scandal won the Fair Play Award for the IPL 2013 even though the IPL 2013 Fair Play Award Points Table was missing from the tournament’s official website.

Ironically, few days ago the Fair Play Award Points table went missing from the website of IPL, the table which had Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals leading.

Both the teams were mired in the scandal, the table went missing from the website raising speculation that the award had been discarded. So, it came as a big surprise when Super Kings were awarded the trophy that is adjudged by the umpires on the basis of their on-field conduct.

After receiving the awards, interacting with the media, team coach Stephen Fleming said CSK were deserving winners of the Fair Play Award despite the hard last few days.

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“We do pride ourselves for being at the top for fair play. You can’t take that away from us,” Fleming said at the post-match presser. “We are proud of the way we play our game on the field.We are always right near the top every year, it’s one of the key components of the side. We want to play the game hard. But we want to be very fair.”

However, the list that has the points details of all the nine teams has still not appeared on the website even as it carried the respective lists of other 2013 Leaders Orange Cap (run-getter), Purple Cap (wicket-taker), Most Valuable Player and Maximum Sixes.

In the photo above you can see, IPL Chairman Rajeev Shukla presenting the Fair Play Award to Chennai Super Kings Captain M S Dhoni after IPL 6 final match at Eden Garden in Kolkata on Sunday.

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