RL Web Fanzine - Contributors Wanted

RL Web Fanzine - Contributors Wanted

Post by John Drak » Wed, 05 Mar 1997 04:00:00


Anyone interested in contributing articles / reports to a web based Rugby
League fanzine? There's no money on offer for your efforts unfortunately,
just the sheer un***erated pleasure (?) of seeing your stuff published on
the web, but leaving the hassle of all that html code ***to someone
else...er, me!

The fanzine in question is TGG! OnLine, the relatively new web version of
"The Greatest Game!", which has been published quarterly -ish since 1990 by
the UK Rugby League Supporters Association, a non profit organisation
staffed by unpaid volunteers who are all 100 per cent genuine RL fans. It
features humorous and serious stuff on all aspects of the game, and tries
not to be biased either way in the great, sorry, not great, ***y tragic
ARL v Super League 'war'. The game's the thing, as someone, somewhere
probably once said.

Contributions are welcome on anything Rugby League related - if you want a
few ideas, have a look at what's currently online at:

http://SportToday.org/

Regular features include "Greatest / Worst Teams of All Time" - everybody
has one - and "Most Memorable Matches" - everybody has a dozen of those
usually...and Room 101 where people get to slag off things which really bug
them in RL. No one's mentioned old Rupe or KP yet either.

TGG! OnLine also has a fledgling news page, mainly UK stuff at the moment
cos that's where I live, which would welcome news stories from ANYWHERE in
the League world, and a weekly results section. Again, its easy for me to
post up the UK match results, but if anyone would like to e-mail me the
Australian results, Optus Cup and/or Super League, on a regular basis
preferably on the day of the games or thereabouts I would be eternally
grateful, and the fanzine would be that much more up to date.

Any offers of articles/reports/results or whatever, particularly from
outside the UK, plus comments or suggestions about the existing site would
be most welcome, and can be sent to me at:


Finally, is there anyone who can supply info/articles/results from France,
but in English? I am a product of the British education system and
therefore cannot speak a word of French, to my undying shame...

Thanks for reading this message.

Cheers

John Drake
Editor - TGG! OnLine

 
 
 

RL Web Fanzine - Contributors Wanted

Post by Steve Morri » Thu, 06 Mar 1997 04:00:00



Quote:
>Anyone interested in contributing articles / reports to a web based Rugby
>League fanzine? There's no money on offer for your efforts unfortunately,
>just the sheer un***erated pleasure (?) of seeing your stuff published on
>the web, but leaving the hassle of all that html code ***to someone
>else...er, me!

>The fanzine in question is TGG! OnLine, the relatively new web version of
>"The Greatest Game!", which has been published quarterly -ish since 1990 by
>the UK Rugby League Supporters Association, a non profit organisation
>staffed by unpaid volunteers who are all 100 per cent genuine RL fans. It
>features humorous and serious stuff on all aspects of the game, and tries
>not to be biased either way in the great, sorry, not great, ***y tragic
>ARL v Super League 'war'. The game's the thing, as someone, somewhere
>probably once said.

>Contributions are welcome on anything Rugby League related - if you want a
>few ideas, have a look at what's currently online at:

>http://SportToday.org/

>Regular features include "Greatest / Worst Teams of All Time" - everybody
>has one - and "Most Memorable Matches" - everybody has a dozen of those
>usually...and Room 101 where people get to slag off things which really bug
>them in RL. No one's mentioned old Rupe or KP yet either.

>TGG! OnLine also has a fledgling news page, mainly UK stuff at the moment
>cos that's where I live, which would welcome news stories from ANYWHERE in
>the League world, and a weekly results section. Again, its easy for me to
>post up the UK match results, but if anyone would like to e-mail me the
>Australian results, Optus Cup and/or Super League, on a regular basis
>preferably on the day of the games or thereabouts I would be eternally
>grateful, and the fanzine would be that much more up to date.

>Any offers of articles/reports/results or whatever, particularly from
>outside the UK, plus comments or suggestions about the existing site would
>be most welcome, and can be sent to me at:


>Finally, is there anyone who can supply info/articles/results from France,
>but in English? I am a product of the British education system and
>therefore cannot speak a word of French, to my undying shame...

>Thanks for reading this message.

>Cheers

>John Drake
>Editor - TGG! OnLine

I have visited your site already, and would be happy to let you have
some of our material for use in the fanzine.

Stephen Morris

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Steve Morris