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Analysis

QUAFL Preview 2016 – Pool 1

December 6, 2016 0

By Stephen Butler, Ajantha Abey, Aden Weatherstone, Liam McMoppin, and Daniel Scharf Editor’s Note: Stephen Butler is a player for WSQC, Ajantha Abey is a player for University of Sydney, and Aden Weatherstone is a […]

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Analysis

International Weekend Wrap-Up – October 21-23

October 28, 2016 0

Contributions by Ajantha Abey, Emma Bramwell, Chula Bruggeling, Serena Cheong, Yeray Espinosa Cuevas, Los Angeles Gambits Quidditch, and Katelyn Stubberfield. The Quidditch Post is trying out something new this season. There’s a lot going on […]

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Asia

What’s Next After the Asian Quidditch Cup?

September 5, 2016 0

By Andrew Kasimir The first Asian Quidditch Cup, held on 30 and 31 July, 2016, has come and gone, with the Australian National University Owls (ANU Owls) being crowned champions. It was a three-team tournament […]

Analysis

World Cup 2016 – All-Tournament Team

August 23, 2016 0

By Ashara Peiris World Cup 2016 was the most international event that the world has ever seen, with a record 21 teams competing from around the world. Many of these teams had standout players, but […]

Analysis

Asian Quidditch Cup 2016

July 29, 2016 0

By Charmaine Goh Literally a week after the very eventful IQA World Cup in Frankfurt, Germany, which saw Team Australia emerge as overall champions, Asia will see its first international quidditch tournament that is set […]

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Analysis

The World Turned Upside Down

July 24, 2016 1

By Andy Marmer Dameon Osborn lunged for the snitch and then lay on his back for minutes hardly believing what he held in his hand. With his single moment of brilliance, Osborn grabbed Australia’s first […]