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) […]

International

You Don’t Know Jack: If Money Go Before

October 11, 2017 1

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 […]

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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 […]