Deirdre Ryan-Prewett (killarneypride) wrote,
Deirdre Ryan-Prewett
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November 26th, 1982

It was really good timing for me this weekend. We have both days off, so I was able to go to Hogwarts (not like it's far) this afternoon to watch my cousins play in Hufflepuff versus Ravenclaw. I was cheering for both of them to do well, but... well. I am still a Hufflepuff at heart (Niamh, I do hope you understand). I think the quality of Hogwarts Quidditch seems to be getting better every match I see, or at least the Chasers. They were fast today. And Ravenclaw's Keeper was absolutely amazing. He looked quite comfortable out there, with all those shots raining down on him. I was very impressed. And impressed with Bridget and Niamh, too. They're really coming into their own. NIamh, I hope you try out for U21 this year.

The Kestrels were one for one this month. We beat the Arrows, but lost last weekend to Portree. Both were well-fought games, and could have really gone either way. We don't play again until the 4th, so there's a few days to work out the bugs and hope it all comes together.

I went to visit Shannon and Jimmy this afternoon, after I was finished at Hogwarts, and I must say that it's hard to believe that he'll be two months old on Monday. It feels just like yesterday that he was born. It's still hard

I think I might just have a lie-in tomorrow. We don't have training, so I don't have any reason, really, to get up early.
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One for one could be worse.

I can't believe Hufflepuff lost to Ravenclaw.
It could be, we could gave gone zero for two.

Ravenclaw's Keeper definitely won them that match. Hufflepuff had the chances to score about twenty or thirty more goals, no joke.
Wow. They don't usually make them like that.
No, they don't. Makes me a little scared to see kids that good.
Who do you play on the 4th?
The Tornadoes.
It's okay!

And, well. I think I might try out. You really think I should?
You're a brilliant Chaser, of course you should. Ireland would be lucky to have you.
We'll see what happens when the summer comes.
Thanks for coming, Dee. Sorry we couldn't win one for you.
It's okay, Bridge. You were really good for your first match as Captain. Not your fault you were facing a brick wall.
Yeah, Anton was really good.