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By SiriusBDobby

Fantasy / Action

Gryffindor vs Slytherin 1975

Rita Skeeter reports on Quidditch!

Quidditch match of the year? Gryffindor and Slytherin face off in brutal game!

March 15 1975

What for both houses was perhaps the most important quidditch game of the year, turned out to be less of a Quidditch match and more of a barbaric fight between trolls. Both sides commited possibly a million offenses combined including hitting seekers with beaters' bats or punching keepers off their brooms in order to score. Gryffindor quidditch captain and chaser James Potter came face to face with his arch enemy; Slytherin chaser, Severus Snape. Slimy hook nosed Snape had aimed a nastly looking jinx at broomstick haired Potter who narrowly managed to avoid the jinx by milimetres. The two then engaged in what was probably the fiercest wizard duel since Dumbledore vs Grindlewald; except this time, the two idiots were on broomsticks. The referee, dear Professor McGonagall, was beside herself in fury. Her face was redder than little squibby Filch's nose on a snowy night. And whilst McGonagall was busy screaming herself hoarse at the two imbeciles Potter and Snape, another fight between idiots was taking place. And that fight was between none other that the two handsome Black brothers; Sirius and Regulus.

Polar opposites from birth, the two have hated each other even as little kids. Some of my sources even say that the two brothers haven't spoken since they both joined Hogwarts. Anyway, Gryffindor beater Sirius aimed a hard bludger at his younger brother, Slytherin seeker Regulus; clearly aiming to kill him. Regulus was hit hard in the stomach. Surprisingly, the young Black brother was able to stay on his broom, even mustering the strength to zoom over on his broom and punch Sirius in the face. Enraged, the older Black brother punched his younger right back. McGonagall was over there as quick as she could be, once again screaming her poor lungs out. Poor old bat, she should really just give it a rest. You really can't train viscious animals. The Gryffindors and Slytherins are much like the ghastly creatures that fool Hagrid looks after. They make look 'tame' on the outside but it's what's on the inside that's really disturbing.

In the end, once they had beat each other to bloody pulps, the match ended with Gryffindor triumphing over Slytherin. This match was definitely one that people will remember for a long time. Now, I think it's time Dumbledore called St. Mungo's as I think some of these players have some serious mental problems.


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