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EQC Preview 2018: Norway

April 25, 2018 0

EQC Preview 2018: OSI Quidditch Vikings By Ragnhild W. Dahl, with comments from Jakob Lenz Editor’s Note: Ragnhild W. Dahl will be chasing for OSI Vikings at EQC. Jakob Lenz is coach of OSI Vikings. […]

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EQC Preview 2018: Spain

April 25, 2018 0

By Miguel Vázquez Lumos Compostela Team Development Lumos Compostela is the strongest Spanish team at the moment, and a strong candidate to reach the upper bracket at Pfaffenhofen. However, this has not been always the […]

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Preview EQC 2018: Poland

April 20, 2018 0

by Paulina Hausner Two–time Polish champions Warsaw Mermaids will yet again represent their country at the European Quidditch Cup (EQC) in Pfaffenhofen this April. The tournament in Germany will be the third time they face […]

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First Swiss League Games

April 18, 2018 0

By Olivia Blum Editor’s Note: Olivia Blum plays for Turicum Thunderbirds. It’s been a little bit over a year since the Swiss Quidditch Association was founded and on Sunday, March 25, it held its first […]

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Team UK: Florence 2018 Roster

April 17, 2018 1

By James Burnett Editor’s Note: Quidditch Post would like to extend our thanks to QuidditchUK for cooperating with us in sharing an early-release version of the World Cup squad to allow us to write this […]

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Preview EQC 2018: Belgium

April 16, 2018 0

By Seppe De Wit Editor’s Note: Seppe De Wit plays for Antwerp A. Ghent Gargoyles Ghent will be back at European Quidditch Cup (EQC) after a year of absence and they will be very hungry […]

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British Quidditch Cup 2018 Preview and Predictions

March 23, 2018 0

By Meredith Whiting, Ashara Peiris, and James Burnett Disclaimer: Meredith Whiting plays for Warwick Quidditch Club, Ashara Peiris plays for London Unspeakables, and James Burnett coaches Liverpuddly Cannons, but each avoided writing about their respective […]

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Valentines Cup 2018 – Quove I5land Recap

March 5, 2018 0

By Seppe De Wit Tournaments result The fifth edition of Valentines Cup (VC) brought success for captain Alex Greenhalgh. After two earlier attempts to get the Green Team to the gold medal, it all finally […]