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Africa

A Snapshot of the Slowball Strategy

February 8, 2017 0

By Kenny Stowe “Advance the quaffle.” If you have been around the pitch recently, you’ve probably heard this phrase once or twice from the head referee. More than likely, the referee isn’t just saying it […]

Africa

Double Trouble: Beating with a Buddy

February 3, 2017 0

By Diana Schulberg The bond between beater partners is one of trust, reliance, and possibly too much dependency. As the sport of quidditch grows exponentially, the average size of teams becomes less exclusive and larger […]

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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

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 […]