As we previously mentioned, the UK Outlet, Sainsbury Entertainment, and Warner Brothers held a special contest to celebrate the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 Blu-ray/DVD in the UK, by awarding a grand prize that included Rupert Grint making an appearence at the winner's school.
Today, the BBC has reported that the winner, a student named Sarah Cotter from Bishop Walsh Catholic School and the students in Sutton Coldfield, UK were surprised to see that Rupert also brought a surprise guest, Oliver Phelps. As a part of the prize, the two cast memebers signed gift sets of the final film for each student, as well as participating in a panel chat.
Quidditch started in the 11th century at a place called Queerditch Marsh, which is not marked on muggle maps because wizards have made the place unplottable. Originally it was quite a crude game played on broomsticks with just the quaffle.