To Ginny Weasley, Quidditch was about freedom. It was about the feeling of kicking off into the air and being exactly who you were. Nothing more, nothing less. However, many presumed it was about competitiveness; about growing up with six brothers as an only girl.
What they didn’t know was that it was never about the boys.
To her and her teammates (for she would later on join the Holyhead Harpies, the wildest bunch of girls she had ever had the pleasure of meeting - and she loved every single one of them), it was about good fun, excelling in and loving what you do. Even when the practices were rough, and standing on your own two feet made you feel wonky and odd, it was all good as long as you had some good friends to share it with. And that was Quidditch was always to Ginevra Weasley - freedom and friendship.