Analysis

Seven Storylines from Battle Royale II

October 29, 2017 0

By Seppe De Wit and Fraser Posford 1. Dodos are human (but not worried) Antwerp came to Battle Royale II as last year’s champions, eager to defend their title and kick off another dream season […]

Analysis

State Coaches Discuss State Shield

October 28, 2017 0

Recently, Queensland hosted Quidditch Australia’s State Shield, the premier tournament in Australia at this time. The weekend featured teams from three states — New South Wales (NSW), Victoria, and Queensland — as well as a […]

Analysis

Eastern Canadian Teams Kick Off Season

October 20, 2017 0

By Lisa Tubb October is already in full swing, but that doesn’t mean that the month of September for Eastern Canada wasn’t jam-packed, kicking off the 2017-18 season with great enthusiasm. Let’s take a look […]

Analysis

Six Compete for Baby BQC

October 20, 2017 0

By Layla Marsden UClan quidditch club’s Preston Poltergeists  – the hosts of Chips and Gravy – this year will organize a new tournament, ambitiously named ‘Baby BQC’, on Saturday, Oct. 21. Four of the teams […]

Analysis

USQ Rulebook Burdens Referees

October 18, 2017 0

By Christopher Dewing The full casebook was released on Sept. 28, and now US-based referees, in theory, have all the materials they need to make calls and adjudicate games for the upcoming season. The delay […]

Analysis

Coaches Breakdown State Shield

October 12, 2017 1

Quidditch Australia’s State Shield is the annual iteration of State-level tournament. This year, Queensland joins as a full part of the competition, while New South Wales (NSW) looks to overcome last year’s 5-4 champion’s Victoria. […]

International

You Don’t Know Jack: If Money Go Before

October 11, 2017 1

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