• Sports teams The Caerphilly Catapults are a Welsh Quidditch team, founded in 1402 (QA7). Caerphilly is spelled Caerffili in Welsh. robes: vertical stripes, light green and scarlet (QA7) home: Caerphilly, South Wales The Catapults have had eighteen League wins (QA7). They defeated the Norwegian team Karasjok… Read More
• Character Angus Campbell is a Chaser for the Montrose Magpies Quidditch team in the 1990s. Hired as the replacement Chaser (after the manager of the Magpies fired Alasdair Maddock), Campbell scored seven goals against the Caerphilly Catapults in his first game for the team. Who needs that Mugglemanic Maddock… Read More
• Character Lennox Campbell is a Quidditch player who played Seeker for the Montrose Magpies Quidditch team in the 1990s (DP2). During a match against the Kenmare Kestrels, Campbell understandably missed the Snitch kicked at him by Magpies Chaser Alasdair Maddock, allowing the opposing Seeker to catch… Read More
• Sports teams The Canadian National Teams come from the North American country of Canada. Quidditch Quidditch came to North America in the early seventeenth century and, while initially slow to take root, Canada is considered to have three of the best teams in the world (QA8). During the aftermath of the… Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Cannons Blast the Falcons is an article in the Sports section of the Daily Prophet, recording the latest victory of the Chudley Cannons quidditch team (DP4). The article reports the collapse of Chudley Cannons’ team manager Ragmar Dorkins following the shock of the team’s second win… Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Cannons Didn’t Lose Shock is a Quidditch article appearing in the Sports section of the Daily Prophet about a match involving the Chudley Cannons team (DP2). The paper reported that the Cannons drew a match against the Caerphilly Catapults. This broke their 16-game losing streak and gave hope to team manager… Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Cannons Go Down in a Shower of Arrows is the lead Sports story appearing in the Daily Prophet, documenting the problems of the Chudley Cannons Quidditch team (DP1). The struggling Cannons suffered a heavy loss of 350-0 against the Appleby Arrows. The cause for the Cannons’ defeat was attributed to the pathetic… Read More
• Quidditch Catcher is an archaic term term from an early version of the game of Quidditch, probably describing the player equivalent to a modern Chaser (QA3). The term was used in Goodwin Kneen’s twelfth century letter to his Norwegian cousin Olaf. In his letter Goodwin says that his wife Gunhilda… Read More
• Sports teams The Chadian National Teams are from the African country of Chad. Quidditch The team was a participant at the Quidditch World Cup in 2014. Their seeker, Jacques Miskine, narrowly missed catching the Snitch at the close of a marathon three-day match against Liechtenstein (Pm). Read More
• Character Chambers was a Chaser on the Ravenclaw Quidditch team during the 1995-96 school year. He attempted to score a goal in the final Quidditch match of 1996, but had it deflected by Keeper Ron Weasley (OP31). Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Chaos Reigns on Exmoor for Falcons & Pride of Portree is an article in the Sports section of the Daily Prophet (DP2). The Prophet reported on the fiasco that took place during the Quidditch match between the Falmouth Falcons and Pride of Portree on… Read More
• Character Charlie Baverstock is the Manager of New Zealand’s Quidditch Team in 2014. At the 2014 Quidditch World Cup, Baverstock expressed his anger in colourful language after his star Chaser Dennis Moon was sent off by a Referee in their first match of the tournament – a dramatic loss against… Read More
• Quidditch The Chaser is the Quidditch player who passes the Quaffle, trying to throw it through the goal hoops; there are three on a Quidditch team. Each goal scored by a Chaser is worth ten points (PS10). The ancient title of the Chaser was “Catcher” (QA3). Chaser… Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Our Chasers Aren’t Cheating! was a Quidditch article published in the Daily Prophet on 22 June 1884. It recorded the introduction of a new rule outlawing more than one Chaser at a time entering the scoring area, which would now draw a foul and penalty. Quidditch fans were… Read More
• Sports teams The Chudley Cannons is an English Quidditch team based in Chudley (thought to be the Muggle town of Chudleigh in Devonshire, England). robes: orange (CS3, QA7, Pm). home: Chudley logo: two black Cs and speeding cannonball (CS3, QA7). club motto: “We… Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Chudley Cannon win stuns fans is a Quidditch article in the Sports section of the Daily Prophet reporting a surprise win by the Chudley Cannons team (DP3). Surprise and happiness were the reactions of Chudley Cannons fan Barnaby Snell and team manager Ragmar Dorkins when the Cannons’ seventeen… Read More
• Character Clairvius Hyppolite was a Chaser for the Haiti’s National Team at the 2014 Quidditch World Cup tournament (Pm). Hyppolite was the star player on Haiti’s side at the 2014 tournament, responsible for eight of their nine goals during their opening match against the Brazilian national side, although… Read More
• Character Carlos Clodoaldo is a Beater for Brazil’s National Team in at the Quidditch World Cup in 2014. A participant in the 2014 tournament alongside fellow Beater Rafael Santos, Clodoaldo helped secure Brazil’s victory in their hard-fought two day semi-final against the Americans with a “precision-hit Bludger” directed at Seeker… Read More
• Quidditch Cobbing is a Quidditch foul for “excessive use of elbows” (GF8, QA6). History All known fouls, including cobbing, were committed during the very first Quidditch World Cup of 1473 (QA6). The Bulgarian team’s Keeper, Zograf, fouled Irish Chaser Mullet with his elbows during the 1994 Quidditch World… Read More
• Character Connolly was a Beater for Ireland’s National Team at the Quidditch World Cup in 1994. Along with fellow Beater Quigley, Connolly was part of the Irish team in the 1994 final final, all of whom were riding Firebolt brooms. He and Moran, one of the Chasers,… Read More
• Cities • Regions, counties, and territories Cork is both a county and city in the Republic of Ireland. The city is the second largest in Ireland, located on its southern coast. A Quidditch team from Cork, playing against the Lancashire team in 1385, in Lancashire, had to flee town to escape harm after winning… Read More
• Character Gregory Cotton played Seeker for the Appleby Arrows Quidditch team in the 1990s (DP3). Following an airborne scuffle with Pride of Portree seeker Dougal McBride (resulting in Cotton’s winning the Snitch), his head was transfigured into a cabbage by his irate opposite number. The Referee discovered that both Seekers… Read More
• Sports and competitions Creaothceann, popular in the Middle Ages and invented in Scotland, it is considered to be probably the most dangerous of all broom games (QA2). Notes Playing the game involves trying to catch hundreds of falling rocks and bludgers within cauldrons strapped to the players’ heads. It inevitably caused… Read More
• Quidditch Cuaditch is an old term for the game of Quidditch. Writing in a letter to her sister Prudence in 1269, Modesty Rabnott describes her rescue of a Golden Snidget during a game of Cuaditch. She refers to it specifically as the “noble game of Cuaditch” and… Read More