Keep the Quidditch Post Running!

December 13, 2017 0

CEO/COO/EIC Wanted Effective January 1, the entire Quidditch Post operating leadership will stop running the organization as is. The reality is that running a global media outlet is a lot of work and while we […]


You Don’t Know Jack: Small Leaks, Great Ships

December 5, 2017 0

Twice a month in You Don’t Know Jack, Jack Lennard will be writing out some thoughts in a regular column here on the Quidditch Post. He’ll be using his experience in administration and management to […]


The Stories of Northern Cup 2017

November 24, 2017 0

with contributions from James Burnett, Gavin Hughes, Jessica Cornelius, Ashara Peiris, and Layla Marsden   Following the recent Southern Cup, Northern Cup 2017 is the second of the UK’s two annual regional championships which double […]


Freshers Impress at Oslo Open

November 19, 2017 0

By Johanne Steinlien and Lisa Tietze Oslo Open is the annual European Quidditch Cup (EQC) qualification event in Norway. In Norway, teams have to declare at the beginning of the season if they will be […]


Counterpoint: A defence of the slowball

November 14, 2017 1

by Victor Tan Kinshasa, Zaire October 30, 1974. George Foreman was a powerhouse. Already an Olympic gold-medallist, the world heavyweight champion was a dominating figure in his mid-20s, armed with a right hook that could […]


The Stories of Southern Cup 2017

November 10, 2017 0

with contributions from James Burnett, Ashara Peiris, and Gavin Hughes Southern Cup 2017, the first of the UK’s two annual Regional Championships which double as qualifiers for both the British Quidditch Cup (BQC) and the […]

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EQC Counterpoint: Arguing for Growth

November 6, 2017 0

By Richard Turkowitsch UK Quidditch has been top-to-bottom the best NGB in European quidditch since the beginning of international play. There are probably very few people who would deny this. At European Quidditch Cup (EQC) […]