Today, The Jones have spent an unusual day playing in the Games Room of Hogwarts. It has been a very beautiful day because lots of magic friends have come to visit them: From Mary Poppins to Cleopatra, from Johan Cruyff Sherloch Holmes.
They have also participated in a Quidditch Championship. It has been a beautiful experience.
The family is going to spent this Easter in Hogwarts and they are going to meet every member of the Magic School deeply, apying a lot of attention to their biographies.
Quidditch is a wizarding sport played on broomsticks. It is the most popular game and most well-known game among wizards and witches, and, according to Rubeus Hagrid, the equivalent to Muggles' passion for football.
The object of the game is to score more points than your opponents. Each goal is worth ten points and catching the Snitch is worth one-hundred fifty points. The game ends when the Snitch is caught or an agreement is reached between the captains of both teams. Some games can go on for many days if the Snitch is not caught, the record, according to Quidditch Through the Ages, is three months.
Talent wins games, but teamwork
and intelligence wins championships.