QUAFL – Australian Quidditch Championship

Quidditch Australia is proud to present the seventh annual national quidditch tournament.

QUAFL – The Australian Quidditch Championships 2017 will run over the 2nd and 3rd of December. Following on from the success of last year, QUAFL will return to the Australian Institute of Sport for the biggest tournament in Australia, the current international champions.

In December, over 25 teams from around the country are expected to make their way to Canberra. Hosted by the Australian Institute of Sport, QUAFL 2017 will decide this year’s Australian quidditch champion. QUAFL represents QA’s premier event and serves as the culmination of the 2017 season.

Quidditch is a full contact, high intensity, mixed gender sport that is rapidly taking the world by storm. This event is free for spectators and more information, including a spectator guide, will be available closer to the event.

See the internationally acclaimed world champion Dropbears out in full force as they battle each other for the glory of their local teams.

Come to the AIS on either or both days and enjoy some of the greatest quidditch Australia has to offer. Merchandise, food, and a superb atmosphere will all be on offer for what is sure to be a great day out for the whole family.

Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/138724816727823

Team Australia Selectors

Quidditch Australia is excited to announce the Team Australia Selection Committee.

The following six individuals will join Coach Genevieve Gibson, Assistant Coach Daniel Fox, and Selection Committee Chairperson Thomas Russell. Together, this committee will be tasked with assessing national talent and helping to create the Australian national team to be sent to the 2018 IQA World Cup.

We wish them well and look forward to what each will bring to the role.

Congratulations:
Cindy Callens, Daniel Scharf, Liam McMoppin, Owen Sherwood, Paul Harrison, Taya Rawson

IQA Rulebook Update

Quidditch Australia will be adopting the new edition of the 2016-2018 IQA Rulebook for the remainder of the season.

This version seeks to clarify several errors in the original version but does not make any significant changes to gameplay or content.

A changelog can be viewed here, and the new rulebook in full can be viewed here.

The two previously outlined Australian amendments to the rule book covering compulsory mouthguard use and rostered gender maximums are still in effect.

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