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Canada

Portland Augureys Drop from QCON

January 24, 2017 QP 0

By Jordan Kubichek The Portland Augureys have announced this week that they will be removing themselves from Quidditch Conference of the Northwest (QCON) competition due to a dwindling player base. “We regret that we cannot […]

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International

IQA Incorporation Rejected

October 27, 2016 QP 0

The Quidditch Post has learned through a document provided by an internal source that the International Quidditch Association has had its application to become a charitable incorporated organisation rejected by the Charity Commission, the regulator […]

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Analysis

A First Look At QCON and Its Implications

September 19, 2016 QP 0

By Misha Whittingham After months of speculation and rumors, it has been confirmed that there will be a new organisation in North American quidditch: the Quidditch Conference of the Northwest (QCON). The brainchild of Serena […]

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Asia

What’s Next After the Asian Quidditch Cup?

September 5, 2016 QP 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 […]