Catriona McCormack was the Captain of and a Chaser for the Quidditch team Pride of Portree in the 1960. She led the team to two league wins during that era. McCormack also played for Scotland thirty-six times.
She has a Quidditch-playing daughter, Meaghan, and a musical son, Kirley Duke (QA7).
Catriona McCormack had a daughter, Meaghan, and a son, Kirley Duke.
She was a very famous Chaser for the 'Prides'. Her skills and dedication won her the title of Team Captain, as well as a place on the Scotland National Team.
Catriona is the Gaelic form of the name Katherine. It may come from the Greek name ικατερινη (Aikaterine) / ‘Εκατερινη (Hekaterine), meaning "each of the two", or from a Coptic name meaning "my consecration of your name". Through Christianity it became associated with the Greek word καθαρος (katharos), meaning "pure" (Behind the Name).
McCormack is a Scottish surname, deriving from the pre-10th century Gaelic personal name Cormac. It has two possible meanings: corb (meaning "raven" or an earlier Celtic word "charioteer") plus mac "son of", therefore "son of the raven" or "son of the charioteer" (Internet Surname Database).
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