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Quidditch League Table & Match Information
Ballycastle Bats lead the league with 820 points and the Falmouth Falcons are still at the bottom of the table with 360 points. Upcoming matches and locations are announced.
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Calendar and Dates
Although the date printed on the Daily Prophet Newsletter DP4 is 1 October 1999, the timeframe for these events is 1992-1993.
‘There were wands everywhere,’ said Timothy Blenkinsop (23), a Puddlemere supporter who was caught in the midst of the fighting. ‘Everywhere I looked people were collapsing. A lot of the Harpy supporters were using the Jelly-Brain jinx. A group of Puddlemere fans near me retaliated with the Sponge-Knees curse. It was shocking. I just ran. I count myself lucky to have escaped just with this tail.’
‘It is nonsense to say that Gwenog wanted the Holyhead fans to riot,’ said a Holyhead representative after the match. ‘Yes, maybe she did say that Wilda deserved to be gnawed to death by starving tarantulas, but that was a light-hearted remark which she certainly did not expect anybody to take seriously. And I’m quite sure that wherever Wilda is, she is not being devoured by spiders.’
‘Most of my hag volunteers have refrained from taking a bite out of me since last Tuesday’ he said.
'We’re not trying to stop people having fun. We’re just trying to stop them turning each other into artichokes without checking to see if they know the counter-charm.’
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