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The Australian National Quidditch team was the Quidditch team that represented Australia in international Quidditch tournaments. They won the 1966 Quidditch World Cup[1]. They were also known participants in the 1994 Quidditch World Cup.[3]

Team special move

The Team started its 20 point team special move with Chaser Matthew Echunga leading Chasers Maria Monteith and Kenneth Hastings, and Beater Kelly Whakkaarangapawarau. Echunga and Monteith passed the Quaffle to each other, avoiding passing Chasers, then Hastings received the Quaffle and scored. Echunga then passed the Quaffle to Monteith and she scored another goal.

Stadium

Australian Stadium

The Australian Quidditch Stadium was set in a rocky canyon hidden in The Central Australian Outback. Most of the pitch, including the stands, were coloured orange. There were flags set around the stands that bore the colours white and red with two kangaroos.

Emblem

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The team's banner

The team's emblem was green and yellow. It featured a gloved hand reaching for the Snitch. On top was a sailing ship, presumably one of the ships of the First Fleet.

Uniform

The Australian Quidditch Robes were green with a golden kangaroo on the front and back.

Squads

Australian National Team
1994
Chasers
Matthew Echunga Maria Monteith Kenneth Hastings
Beaters
  Kelly Whakkaarangapawarau Kylie Meadows  
Keeper Seeker
Jonny Nuhaka Lucy Karoonda

Appearances

Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 History of the Quidditch World Cup from Pottermore (via The Internet Archive)
  2. See this image
  3. See this image
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