The Ballycastle Bats are a Quidditch team located in Northern Ireland. They are the second most successful team in the British and Irish Quidditch League, having won the title twenty-seven times nearing the end of the 20th century.

Their robes are black with scarlet bat logos. Their mascot is Barny the Fruitbat, who is also featured in Butterbeer advertisements.[2]

Finbar Quigley played for this team in the 1998-1999 Season.[3]

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Notes and references

  1. As the team had won the Quidditch League 27 times nearing the end of the 20th century, and the maximum number of times a team had won the league in a row was five, a record held by the Tutshill Tornados, the team had to be founded at least 33 years before the year 2000 (if they won the League four times times in a row six times and three times in a row once with only one year in between each streak) in order to achieve this by the end of the 20th century.
  2. Quidditch Through the Ages, Chapter 7 (Quidditch Teams of Britain and Ireland)
  3. Daily Prophet Newsletters: 8 February, 1999, Page 3


British and Irish Quidditch League
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Quidditch teams
England Appleby Arrows · Chudley Cannons · Falmouth Falcons · Puddlemere United · Tutshill Tornados · Wimbourne Wasps
Ireland and Northern Ireland Kenmare Kestrels · Ballycastle Bats
Scotland Banchory Bangers (disband) · Montrose Magpies · Pride of Portree · Wigtown Wanderers
Wales Caerphilly Catapults · Holyhead Harpies
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