- "A team of Warlocks from Cork flew over for a game in Lancashire and did offend the locals by beating their heroes soundly. The Irishmen knew tricks with the Quaffle that had not been seen in Lancashire before and had to flee the village for fear of their lives when the crowd drew out their wands and gave chase."
- —Zacharias Mumps, 1385[src]
The earliest mention of the establishment of Quidditch in Ireland is an account of a match between the local Quidditch team and a team from Lancashire, that took place in 1385, in Lancashire. The Irishmen beat the team from Lancashire, and had to flee from the village afterwards when the crowd drew out their wands.
- Quidditch Through the Ages (Mentioned only)