The first leg of the 2014 Quidditch World Cup is finished, and special correspondent Ginny Potter has captured all of the exciting action in her report, with Norway defeating the Ivory Coast 340-100.
This Quidditch World Cup tournament promises to have some fantastic action as the excitement pours out from the Patagonian Desert. Thousands of spectators have joined the action live from the Cup, but for those who are unable to attend this tournament, Ginny Potter will be recapping all of the action with post-game analysis with her special daily reports for the Daily Prophet. Here is just a snippet of the action from yesterday:
Ivorian Chaser Elodie Dembélé, aged only 18, scored seven of Ivory Coast’s ten goals. Norwegian Seeker Sigrid Kristoffersen out-raced her counterpart Sylvian Boigny to take the Snitch in the 128th minute.
Follow the progress of the sixteen teams here on MuggleNet as well as the Pottermore Insider as they compete to reach the final, and keep an eye on the chart above, which we’ll update when the results are in, to see whether your favorite team wins the prestigious 2014 Quidditch World Cup. Visit the Daily Prophet offices in Diagon Alley on Pottermore today to read more.
As we reported yesterday, we will have daily coverage of the Quidditch World Cup over the next ten days. Thank you, J.K. Rowling!