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2015 NRLCEO Season Guide

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This 2015 Season Guide is just the potion needed to dominate your private League on NRLCEO.

With 48 pages jam packed with information and statistics, it is the only preparation tool needed prior to your NRLCEO draft on

This NRLCEO Season Guide for 2014 will be the best $7.95 you have spent outside of KFC with a raging hang over and all the profits will go straight back into running NRLCEO for years to come.  At NRLCEO, we have put our collective ‘guru’ heads together to help you with your Premiership pursuits.

As you will see, your NRLCEO Season Guide is jam packed with player and team information as well as tips from the gurus.  But NRLCEO revolves around one thing – numbers.  Every successful CEO peruses the stats and there is no doubt that they are the life blood of every fantasy fanatic.  This Season Guide is specific to NRLCEO and the stats that we have compiled should help you gain that edge over your competitors – a necessity for private competitions against mates!

As usual, we have been busier Steve Matai’s physio in the off-season, working hard to provide the best fantasy rugby league platform for you; the real CEO’s.  We are onto our second year in partnership with TheBench and things are going really well. This guide will give you five invaluable tips on how to make the most of the new features on TheBench.

They say money can’t buy happiness and for most things that is true!  However, in this guide, there is happiness in abundance.

Check out some of the previous Season Guides to get a taste of what you can expect.

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Download the 2012 Season Guide for free

2013 Cover

Download the 2013 Season Guide for free

2014 Cover

Download the 2014 Season Guide for free

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A Founder of NRLCEO. Jamie spends far more time on running the site than his own team and is therefore a perennial struggler, much the the delight of his mates. He is a former Bears, now Raiders tragic. A rangy lock who avoided running the ball at all costs, he once tackled (flopped on) John Hopoate. Web Geek by day, Web Geek by night.

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