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Team UK Roster for European Games 2017

May 19, 2017 QP 0

By Fraser Posford and Ashara Peiris The IQA World Cup 2016 bronze medallists, Team UK (TUK) have at last released their roster. But who made the cut, and how will they do? Team UK Keeper […]

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Picking Team UK 2017

May 17, 2017 QP 0

By Fraser Posford After the World Cup fever of 2016, attention turns to this summer’s European Games (EG) in Oslo, Norway. Team UK come into EG as one of the main contenders thanks to their […]

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IQA Annual Report: We analysed it for you

May 13, 2017 QP 0

By Austin Wallace The International Quidditch Association has released its first annual report since it split off from US Quidditch in 2014. The tone of the report is fresh for the IQA: while it is […]

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Norwegian Championship 2017 Review

May 11, 2017 QP 0

by Lisa Tietze On the weekend of April 22-23, the Norwegian Championship took place in Haraløkka kunstgressbane, Oslo, where the European Games (EG) will also be held this summer. In a nine-team tournament, NTNUI Rumpeldunk […]

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5 Things We Learned about QC Nationals

April 30, 2017 QP 0

By Courtney Butler, Serena Cheong, Kayla Ross, Nathan Ross, Alex Scherger, Lisa Tubb, and Austin Wallace The Quidditch Canada 2017 National Championship was on April 1 and 2, 2017 in Victoria, British Columbia. With guest […]

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2017 South Australian Season Preview

April 23, 2017 QP 0

by Victor Tan Sunday, April 23 marked the beginning of the inaugural quidditch season in South Australia. The new league has just a fraction of the teams, experience, and player numbers from the eastern states, […]

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Development Cup 2017 Preview

April 21, 2017 QP 0

By Tom Newton On April 22-23, Horspath Athletics Ground will host the inaugural Development Cup, also known as Dev Cup. Of the nine attending teams, four are regional attendees who were denied a nationals berth […]

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Aurors Victorious: Win First National Title

April 12, 2017 QP 0

By Serena Cheong For the first time in Quidditch Canada’s (QC) history, a West team brought home the championship. Just 10 seconds after the end of the snitch floor, Indiana Nikel gave the Edmonton Aurors […]