• Character Quidditch player, Seeker for the Kenmare Kestrels (c. 1993). Read More
• Character Quidditch player, Seeker for Ireland’s National Team (1994). Read More
• Character Alejandra Alonso was a chaser for the Brazilian National Team at the 2014 Quidditch World Cup. Read More
• Quidditch The All-Africa Cup is a tournament to determine the top Quidditch team in Africa. It has been won twice by the Gimbi Giant-Slayers (QA8). Read More
• Sports teams A Quidditch team based in Appleby, England and founded in 1612 (QA7). robes: pale blue with a silver arrow across the chest (QA7) home: Appleby… Read More
• Sports teams Quidditch team from Ballycastle in Northern Ireland (QA7). robes: black with scarlet bat on the chest home: Ballycastle mascot: Barny the Fruitbat (QA7, Pm)… Read More
• Character Quidditch player, Keeper for Ireland’s National Team (1994). Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Bats Survive the Tornados is an article published in the Sports section of the Daily Prophet (DP2). Read More
• Quidditch A Quidditch player who protects other players from Bludgers while attempting to hit the Bludgers toward opposing players using a small bat. Read More
• Quidditch The Quidditch foul of grabbing onto the broom tail of another player (QA6). Read More
• Quidditch The Quidditch foul of flying to intentionally collide with another player (QA6). Read More
• Quidditch Blooder is an early Quidditch term for a Bludger (QA3, QA6). Read More
• Quidditch A method of hitting the Bludger backwards, difficult to pull off with any precision but very effective for disorienting opponents, who don’t expect a Bludger to come at them in that way (QA10). Read More
• Quidditch The Quidditch foul of locking broom handles with another player to pull him or her off course (QA6). Read More
• Quidditch The position of last place in the standings, either at the end of a sports tournament/competition or at the end of the season in the league table. Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Brand New Harpy Saves the Day is an article about the Holyhead Harpies quidditch team appearing in the Sports section of the Daily Prophet (DP3). Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Bring Back Our Baskets! is an article about Quidditch published in the Daily Prophet on 12 February 1883, recording the unhappiness of the fans who preferred baskets (which were unregulated as to size) to the new standardised goal hoops brought in by the Department of Magical Games and Sports… Read More