International

QP Roundtable: Quidditch in Ten Years

May 10, 2018 0

Editor’s Note: The Quidditch Post is excited to introduce a brand new segment: the QP roundtable #qprt. Once every two weeks the host, our very own former QP CEO, and IQA Trustee, Andy Marmer, invites […]

International

You Don’t Know Jack: A Primer on Partnerships

April 20, 2018 0

By Jack Lennard Every month in You Don’t Know Jack, I’ll be writing out some thoughts in a regular column here on the Quidditch Post. I’ll be using my experience in administration and management to […]

International

You Don’t Know Jack: A Global Heritage

January 31, 2018 0

By Jack Lennard Twice a month in You Don’t Know Jack, I’ll be writing out some thoughts in a regular column here on the Quidditch Post. I’ll be using my experience in administration and management […]

International

You Don’t Know Jack: Small Leaks, Great Ships

December 5, 2017 0

Twice a month in You Don’t Know Jack, Jack Lennard will be writing out some thoughts in a regular column here on the Quidditch Post. He’ll be using his experience in administration and management to […]

Australia

Counterpoint: A defence of the slowball

November 14, 2017 1

by Victor Tan Kinshasa, Zaire October 30, 1974. George Foreman was a powerhouse. Already an Olympic gold-medallist, the world heavyweight champion was a dominating figure in his mid-20s, armed with a right hook that could […]

Czech Republic

EQC Counterpoint: Arguing for Growth

November 6, 2017 0

By Richard Turkowitsch UK Quidditch has been top-to-bottom the best NGB in European quidditch since the beginning of international play. There are probably very few people who would deny this. At European Quidditch Cup (EQC) […]