• Character Valmai Morgan is a Chaser for the all-female Quidditch team Holyhead Harpies in the 1990s. Morgan replaced Wilda Griffiths on the Harpies’ team and scored ten goals on her debut. Team Captain Gwenog Jones was “cock-a-hoop” at the result (DP3). She also scored for the Harpies in the… Read More
• Character Nikola Vassileva is a Chaser on Bulgaria’s National Team at the Quidditch World Cup tournament in 2014. Vassileva and fellow Chasers, Stoyanka Grozda and Bogomil Levski, were members of the Bulgarian side in the 2014 tournament that included the famous Seeker Viktor Krum (Pm). They had quite an easy first… Read More
• Character Viktor Krum is a Bulgarian wizard who was their national side’s Seeker at the Quidditch World Cup (1994, 2002, 2014) and also Durmstrang Institute‘s representative at the Triwizard Tournament held at Hogwarts in 1994. A famous international Quidditch player for the Bulgarian National Team while still… Read More
• Character Volkov is a Beater on the Bulgarian National Team at the 1994 Quidditch World Cup. Along with fellow Bulgarian Beater Vulchanov, he was on the Bulgarian side that lost the 1994 final against Ireland. His other teammates were Viktor Krum as Seeker, Dimitrov, Ivanova… Read More
• Character Luciano Volpi is famous Quidditch player (Seeker) from Italy and he featured in an article appearing in the Daily Prophet before the Quidditch World Cup tournament in 2014. He was accused of transfiguring himself into Bonawentura Wójcik, a Seeker for the Polish National Team in the 2014 tournament. That rumour… Read More
• Character Vulchanov was a Beater on the Bulgarian National Team at the 1994 Quidditch World Cup. Along with the other Bulgarian Beater Volkov, Vulchanov was a member of the Bulgarian team in 1994 that lost the Quidditch World Cup final to Ireland. The team included a very young Viktor Krum as… Read More
• Character Boris Vulchanov was a Beater for the Bulgaria National Team during the Quidditch World Cup tournament in 2014. He and the other Bulgarian Beater at the 2014 tournament, Dimitar Draganov, are considered to be a “competent” duo (Pm). Their first fixture of the tournament was an easily won match against… Read More