"The only all-witch team currently playing in the Quidditch league have been attracting new fans every match."
-- from an article in the Daily Prophet (DP1)
- Glynnis Griffiths, Seeker (1953) (QA7).
- Wilda Griffiths, Chaser (c. 1990s) (defected to Puddlemere United) (DP2, DP3, DP4).
- Gwenog Jones, Beater and Captain, a controversial figure (retired by 2014) (FW, HBP4, Pm).
- Gwendolyn Morgan, Captain (1953), riding a Cleansweep 5 broom which she used against her opposite number on the Heidelberg Harriers after he proposed (QA7).
- Valmai Morgan, Chaser (c. 1990s) (replaced Wilda Griffiths) (DP3, DP4).
- Ginny Weasley, likely Chaser (late 1990s). After leaving Hogwarts, Ginny played for the Holyhead Harpies, before retiring to raise a family and become the Senior Quidditch Correspondent and eventual Sports Editor at the Daily Prophet (BLC, Pm, CC1.12).
In Greek mythology, a Harpy is a female monster with a bird shaped body and human face (Wikipedia).
Holyhead is a seaport city on the west side of the Island of Anglesey (Ynys Môn) in North Wales. It has two football teams listed in its Wikipedia entry, but no Quidditch team is mentioned (Wikipedia).
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