The details submitted below are considered indicative of when your club/association will train each week for the 2019 calendar year. While Quidditch Australia understands times and days may differ occasionally due to unforeseen circumstance, regular changes require a new application for sanctioning. Failure to submit a new application will cause all sanctioning for the club/associations training to be void and no insurance claims may be made.
All events sanctioned by Quidditch Australia fall under the rules and regulations of the association. All participation in Quidditch Australia sanctioned events falls in line with the Quidditch Australia code of conduct and membership protection policies. Organisation of a Quidditch Australia event falls in line with the Quidditch Australia First Aid Policy, Extreme Weather Policy and where applicable, standards required for ranked matches. Any event sanctioned by Quidditch Australia must only consist of Quidditch Australia members. It is the responsibility of the organising association to ensure each participant is a member of Quidditch Australia. If it is found that a participant is not a member of Quidditch Australia then the sanctioning of the event is invalid.
Where applicable, Quidditch Australia acknowledges that a state association may have their own rules in relation to the running of their event, as well as gameplay and scheduling. State associations, in good faith, may use their own rules provided they do not conflict with the Quidditch Australia code of conduct and other such regulations.
Key regulations include:
Quidditch Australia Code of Conduct
Quidditch Australia Membership Protection Policy
Quidditch Australia First Aid Policy
Quidditch Australia Gameplay Policy Document 2019
All policy documents can be found at www.quidditch.org.au