Following careful selection, QuidditchUK are proud to announce the Team UK Training Squad and Expansion Squad for the next training weekends. Coached by Emily Oughtibridge and Jay Holmes respectively, the Training and Expansion Squads will be training with the aim of making the final 21.
Congratulations to all that have been selected and we look forward to seeing what you achieve across the weekends!
Team UK Training Squad:
Team UK Expansion Squad:
QuidditchUK are pleased to announce that Emma Bramwell will be replacing Simon Bidwell as Communications Director. As part of this transition, Bidwell will be moving to the position of Technology Coordinator to give continued support to the development and growth of the new QuidditchUK website.
Moving from her role as Assistant Communications Director, Bramwell will now manage the Communications Department. The Department oversees the promotion of tournaments, clubs, and QuidditchUK in the form of social media and PR.
If you have any questions regarding the Communications Department within QuidditchUK, Emma can be contacted at email@example.com.
Development Cup 2018 will take place on the weekend of 14th-15th April 2018 at 22 Acres in York.
After recieving several bids, 22 Acres, York, has been selected due to its great onsite facilities and quality sporting grounds, including high grade sports pitches, indoor changing rooms and accessibility to teams travelling from outside of York.
Bids to host Development Cup were also recieved from Wyncote Sports Ground, Liverpool, UCLan Sports Arena, Preston, Brookes Sport, Oxford, and Bath Recreation Ground, Bath. Wyncote Sports Ground andUCLan Sports Arena were considered strong candidates to host Development Cup 2018, but were eventually deemed unsuitable due to the cost to host and the availability to host at the proposed venues. Having already been chosen as the venue for the British Quidditch Cup 2018, Brookes Sport was also proposed as a potential venue for Development Cup 2018, however QuidditchUK felt it would be beneficial to host Development Cup at a different venue. Bath Recreation Ground proved to be an excellent venue to host Development Cup in the future with fantastic facilities on offer however due to the limited amount of space available during the Rugby season, 22 Acres in York proved to be a stronger location for the 2017/18 season.
For any enquiries regarding Development Cup 2018, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.