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Next month’s NSW Triwizard Tournament will culminate in the crowning of a 2014 NSW Quidditch Champion. This marks the first time in Australian quidditch history – founded in 2011 – that a NSW State Champion will be officially declared. The announcement comes with the recent formation of Quidditch New South Wales (QNSW), a new entity formed to further develop quidditch throughout the state.
September’s Triwizard Tournament was the biggest yet, with four games per team totalling a magnificent aggregate of eighteen matches for the day, from which UNSW and the Unspeakables stood out as the main stories.
On the evening of the 31st of August, The Australian Quidditch Association held elections so that it could expand its board of directors. The recent changes to our constitution made it so we had to make some changes to our executive structure.
For August 2014, the Triwizard train converged on the sports fields of Macquarie University, just as we had at the same stage last year.
After a multi-week North American odyssey, at long last Australia’s quidditch heroes are mostly back home and safe.
The third annual Midwinter Cup has seen the crowning of a third new champion, with UNSW’s accomplished Snapes On A Plane finally adding a Midwinter title to their two QUAFL crowns.
Melbourne MudBash is upon us again. Is it time for Victoria to see a new champion come to light? Or will there be too much mud to tell?
The Victorian Quidditch Association’s season championships, The Victoria Cup, will reach a climactic end this coming Sunday as the Blackburn Basilisks Quidditch Club takes on the Monash Muggles, to crown a new champion.
Two years ago, four local Sydney teams congregated on campus at UNSW to play six games of quidditch and a tradition was born.