I'm sure there are are a great many people on this forum that know of this publication but I'm also sure that there are lots of people who don't. The web site is http://www.rugbyleaguejournal.net/
There is a particular interesting article in the Spring 2013 edition written by Harry Edgar. It is basically concerning the damage done to the 'little' clubs by Super League,Television and the RFL. An extract from the article is as follows:
This full scale 'dual registration' has come about,apparently,because some Super League Clubs are so hard up for money they are forced to econonomise by cutting one of the age-group levels of 'Academy' football. They reckon it will save each Super League around £100,000 a year-I could tell them an easier way of saving £100,000 a year ... just sign one less Australian or Islander journeyman from the N.R.L.,or one less whining Aussie coach.
Their are a number of other interesting and relevant points in the article.
The magazine is issued every quarter and is a very good read.