• Character Hamish MacFarlan was a Quidditch player for the Montrose Magpies (and the team’s Captain between 1957-1968).  Later, MacFarlan joined the Ministry of Magic and rose to become the head of the Department of Magical Games and Sports. His career was described as “successful” and “illustrious” (QA7). Read More
• Sports teams The Malagasy National Teams are from the African country of Madagascar. Quidditch Madagascar lost the final match of the 1974 Quidditch World Cup to a team from Syria. However, that particular Quidditch World Cup tournament is mostly remembered for the Royston Idlewind and the Dissimulators incident (Pm). Read More
• Character Madam Hooch is the Quidditch coach and flying instructor at Hogwarts. She teaches basic broom skills to First Years and referees the Quidditch matches between the House teams. Hair: gray, cut short. Eyes: yellow, hawk-like. Expertise: Quidditch coach and Referee, Flying teacher (PS9, CS10,… Read More
• Hogwarts castle and grounds • Quidditch places • Rooms, chambers, and floors Madam Hooch’s office is somewhere within the grounds of Hogwarts, possibly in the castle itself. It is only mentioned in CS10 when a school Bludger, which was supposedly kept safe in her office, was jinxed. Read More
• Character Alasdair Maddock is a Quidditch player, Chaser for the Montrose Magpies (1990s). Maddock is a bit over-interested in Muggle sports, which is documented in a series of articles in the Daily Prophet: He is photographed in a field trying to “head the ball” like a Muggle football… Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Maddock blamed for Kestrels’ win is an article in the Sports section of the Daily Prophet, after another mistake by Quidditch player Alasdair Maddock (DP2). Maddock was the Chaser for the Montrose Magpies Quidditch team and the cause of his team’s loss against the Kenmare Kestrels. This came about because… Read More
• Character Magnus “Dent Head” Macdonald was a wizard who unsuccessfully campaigned for the Ministry of Magic to remove its ban on the dangerous Scottish wizarding sport of Creaothceann (QA2). Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Magpie Chaser “Only Tried Football for a Laugh” is the first in a series of Daily Prophet articles about Alasdair Maddock’s obsession with Muggle sports (DP1). The Prophet reported that Maddock, a Chaser for the Montrose Magpies quidditch team, had been spotted practising headers with… Read More
• Sports teams The Malawian National Teams come from the African country of Malawi. Quidditch Malawi won the 1998 Quidditch World Cup against the Senegal National Team by 260 points to Senegal’s 180 points. It was only the second all-Africa final in Quidditch World Cup history (Pm). Read More
• Character Masaki Hongo was a Beater on the Japanese National Team at the Quidditch World Cup tournament in 2014. Hongo and teammate Shintaro Shingo were an extremely talented duo of Chasers who made their mark at the 2014 tournament (Pm). Japan won their first match against a relatively inexperienced Polish side. Their… Read More
• Character Mercy Ojukwu was a Beater for the Nigerian National Team at the Quidditch World Cup tournament in 2014 (Pm). Ojukwu was a member of the Nigerian team at the 2014 tournament. She and the other Nigerian Chaser, Aliko Okoye, were “ferocious” against the Fijians in their first match, winning by 400… Read More
• Character Mercy Wardwell was a Chaser for the United States National Team at the Quidditch World Cup in 2014. Wardwell was a member of the United States team that participated in the 2014 tournament, along with fellow Chasers Arsenia Gonzales and Quentin Kowalski (Pm). The US team… Read More
• Character Jacques Miskine played Seeker for the Chadian National Team at the Quidditch World Cup tournament in 2014 (Pm). Miskine was a participant during the first round, where Chad played against Liechtenstein – a three-day marathon. Although the Snitch was visible at least three times during the first… Read More
• Sports teams The Moldovan National Teams are from the Eastern European country of Moldova. Quidditch The Moldovan team was beaten in the final of the 2010 Quidditch World Cup by a team from China, in an exciting match that lasted for three days (Pm). An outbreak of Dragon… Read More
• Character Dennis Moon was a Chaser for the New Zealand National Team at the Quidditch World Cup tournament in 2014. During their initial match at the 2014 tournament, Moon collided with Bulgarian Chaser Bogomil Levski, with whom he had a long-standing feud. Referee Georgios Xenakis deemed the collision deliberate, and… Read More
• Sports teams The Moose Jaw Meteorites are a Quidditch team based in the city of Moose Jaw in Canada. Considered to be one of the three “most accomplished” teams in the world, the Meteorites were threatened with being disbanded in the 1970s due to their tradition of flying over local… Read More
• Character Moran was a Chaser on the Irish National Team in the 1990s (GF8). Along with fellow Chasers Mullet and Troy (and teammates Connolly, Ryan and Lynch), Moran represented Ireland in the 1994 Quidditch World Cup tournament. Riding on Firebolt brooms, the team were in the final against Bulgaria. Throughout… Read More
• Character Hassan Mostafa was an Egyptian wizard and the Chairwizard of the International Association of Quidditch. He refereed the 1994 Quidditch World Cup and proved particularly susceptible to the Veela performance (GF8). Read More
• Sports teams The Moutohora Macaws are a Quidditch team from New Zealand (QA8). The Macaws wear red, yellow and blue robes and, like all New Zealand teams, are known for their speed and showmanship (QA8). The team mascot is a phoenix named “Sparky” (QA8). Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Mugglemaniac Maddock must quit Magpies, says McLeod is a headline in the Sports section of the Daily Prophet, continuing the saga of Alasdair Maddock’s obsession with Muggle sports (DP3). Chaser Maddock of the Montrose Magpies quidditch team was sacked by team manager Cormack McLeod prior to the… Read More
• Character Mullet was a Chaser on Ireland’s National Team at the 1994 Quidditch World Cup. Read More