- Ludo Bagman, Beater c.1980 (GF7, GF9, GF27)
- The Wasps took their name from an incident that occurred during a match against their traditional rivals, the Appleby Arrows, in the mid-seventeenth century. A Beater flying past a tree on the edge of the pitch noticed a wasps' nest among the branches and batted it towards the Arrows' Seeker, who was so badly stung that he had to retire from the game. (QA7)
- Their fans call themselves the "Stingers" and buzz loudly to distract opposing Chasers taking penalties. (QA7)
- The match against the Holyhead Harpies, which took place on Exmoor, was subject to a Ministry of Magic Masking Fog ten minutes before the start of the game. The Wasps won against the Harpies, 150-300. (DP2)
There is not a place called "Wimbourne" in Britain, only the similarly spelled town of Wimborne Minster, which is in East Dorset. It has a football and a rugby team listed in its Wikipedia entry, but no Quidditch team (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wimborne_Minster).
Although the dates printed on the Daily Prophet Newsletters are DP1: 31 July 1998, DP2: 8 February 1999, DP3: 1 June 1999 and DP4: 1 October 1999, the timeframe for those events is 1992-1993.