RLW Magazine is creating rugby league media - news, opinion, podcasts, live blogs
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Welcome to RLW Magazine, the brainchild of three former Rugby League Week journos - Steve Mascord, Greg Prichard and Matt Cleary - who over drinks and a fine feed of Chinese, decided to exhume the soul of that great old journal.
Across a Lazy Susan spinning with sweet and sour, the three decided upon a plan to resurrect all that made the once mighty title great. 
The content would be similar. The independent, hard-hitting editorial would be one and the same.
There would be match reviews and previews, interviews with league luminaries, and so many light-hearted takes.
There’d be podcasts and live blogs.
There’d be Player Ratings and Old Boys Q&A.
They would even bring back The Mole if Nine ever punted the erstwhile little rodent.
And they would do it for the Internet age.
They declared that if Rugby League Week was “The Bible”, this e-journal would be the New Testament.
They further declared that it was a bloody great idea.
Yet note!
Important: This is NOT Rugby League Week magazine. Because that - as so many lawyers would tell you - belongs to the National Rugby League (NRL) of Australia, who bought it for the IP for The Immortals.
This journal, rather, is a tribute to Rugby League Week.
Bottom line is this: it's wall-to-wall footy, brought to you by three dudes who know and love it.
So. Welcome to RLW Magazine: The Bible according to King Wally.
Tiers
Dallas
$1 or more per month

One piece of content per week. Could be match review, preview, opinion, podcast, live blog, Q&A, Footballer X. It’ll turn up when it does.

Slippery
$2 or more per month

Match Reviews & Previews. Colour on Mondays. Previews of each match in a round Thursday morning. Perfect for pundits, punters and fantasy analysts

The Peach
$3 or more per month

Match Reviews & Previews. Opinion from our Resident Experts - Mascord, Prichard, Cleary. And also from “Mr X”, an anonymous NRL and/or Super League player (who is not Tyrone Peachey) who’ll give us all the good oil not fit to print with his name attached. 

The Great Rabbi
$3 or more per month

Podcasts. Reviews, Previews. Legends gibbering. Driving in cars. Perhaps even Rabbi himself. 

The Great Jimmy G
$4 or more per month

All we got. 


For one US dollar a week it's your Daily Injection of Greatest Game of All Rugby League.

 

Includes:


  • Opinion 
  • Editorial
  • Match Previews and Reviews
  • Podcasts 
  • Live blogs 
  • Commentary
  • Breaking News 
  • Punters Previews 
  • Fantasy Chat
  • Legends Q&A
  • Far n Wide
  • International
The Patron Saint
$100 or more per month

All the above. All we got. 


Match Reviews & Previews. Opinion. Podcasts. Live blogs. Q&As. 


Your Daily Injection of Rugby League. 


Monthly Benefits would include: 


  • Apparel from Mascord’s clothing line
  • Cleary’s book about golf
  • Whatever Greg Prichard can do for you. Mow your lawn? He’ll be right over.
  • Books about footy
  • NRL-themed hats, shorts, polo 
  • Long Luncheons with the authors.


It's the tier is for the patron saint. The Patron of the Arts. Someone who misses The Bible and would see the New Testament carry onwards and upwards. And who'd like to get some stuff in the post each month, too.

Welcome to RLW Magazine, the brainchild of three former Rugby League Week journos - Steve Mascord, Greg Prichard and Matt Cleary - who over drinks and a fine feed of Chinese, decided to exhume the soul of that great old journal.
Across a Lazy Susan spinning with sweet and sour, the three decided upon a plan to resurrect all that made the once mighty title great. 
The content would be similar. The independent, hard-hitting editorial would be one and the same.
There would be match reviews and previews, interviews with league luminaries, and so many light-hearted takes.
There’d be podcasts and live blogs.
There’d be Player Ratings and Old Boys Q&A.
They would even bring back The Mole if Nine ever punted the erstwhile little rodent.
And they would do it for the Internet age.
They declared that if Rugby League Week was “The Bible”, this e-journal would be the New Testament.
They further declared that it was a bloody great idea.
Yet note!
Important: This is NOT Rugby League Week magazine. Because that - as so many lawyers would tell you - belongs to the National Rugby League (NRL) of Australia, who bought it for the IP for The Immortals.
This journal, rather, is a tribute to Rugby League Week.
Bottom line is this: it's wall-to-wall footy, brought to you by three dudes who know and love it.
So. Welcome to RLW Magazine: The Bible according to King Wally.

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Tiers
Dallas
$1 or more per month

One piece of content per week. Could be match review, preview, opinion, podcast, live blog, Q&A, Footballer X. It’ll turn up when it does.

Slippery
$2 or more per month

Match Reviews & Previews. Colour on Mondays. Previews of each match in a round Thursday morning. Perfect for pundits, punters and fantasy analysts

The Peach
$3 or more per month

Match Reviews & Previews. Opinion from our Resident Experts - Mascord, Prichard, Cleary. And also from “Mr X”, an anonymous NRL and/or Super League player (who is not Tyrone Peachey) who’ll give us all the good oil not fit to print with his name attached. 

The Great Rabbi
$3 or more per month

Podcasts. Reviews, Previews. Legends gibbering. Driving in cars. Perhaps even Rabbi himself. 

The Great Jimmy G
$4 or more per month

All we got. 


For one US dollar a week it's your Daily Injection of Greatest Game of All Rugby League.

 

Includes:


  • Opinion 
  • Editorial
  • Match Previews and Reviews
  • Podcasts 
  • Live blogs 
  • Commentary
  • Breaking News 
  • Punters Previews 
  • Fantasy Chat
  • Legends Q&A
  • Far n Wide
  • International
The Patron Saint
$100 or more per month

All the above. All we got. 


Match Reviews & Previews. Opinion. Podcasts. Live blogs. Q&As. 


Your Daily Injection of Rugby League. 


Monthly Benefits would include: 


  • Apparel from Mascord’s clothing line
  • Cleary’s book about golf
  • Whatever Greg Prichard can do for you. Mow your lawn? He’ll be right over.
  • Books about footy
  • NRL-themed hats, shorts, polo 
  • Long Luncheons with the authors.


It's the tier is for the patron saint. The Patron of the Arts. Someone who misses The Bible and would see the New Testament carry onwards and upwards. And who'd like to get some stuff in the post each month, too.