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"Puddlemere United .... won a decisive 250-150 victory over Wigtown Wanderers on Saturday night."
-- match report in the Daily Prophet (DP2)

Article appearing in the Sports section of the Daily Prophet about their robe colour change and new signing as Chaser (DP2).

Chaser Wilda Griffiths, poached from the Holyhead Harpies, won the match against Wigtown Wanderers for her new team Puddlemere United. Philbert Deverill, whose team were wearing their new blue robes, commended Griffiths for ignoring the death threats that were made by Harpies' captain Gwenog Jones (DP2).

Kingfisher blue (DP2) and navy-blue (QA7) are very different shades, but at least the agreed colour of the robes is blue.



Gwenog Jones has a track record for threats and violence, so Wilda Griffiths really is being quite brave to ignore them (DP1DP2DP3DP4Pm).

While the date printed on DP2 is 8 February 1999, the timeframe for these events is 1992-1993.

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