Jonathan Kirby enjoys the post-match food in the Dunsford village hall.
From the 2012/13 Indoor League at Exeter Uni, where the Erratics enjoyed an unlikely run to the cup final.
Fraser Chave is congratulated by his dad, Duncan, after scoring his maiden century at Barton in 2015.
Left to right: Jonathan Kirby, Ben Youngman, Mark Phillips, Lucky Bandhu, Mark Hailwood and Matt Crawford (hidden) watch Ben Abrahams and Martin Wright make a good opening partnership at Stockland in 2015. Note the stone-filled paper cups marking the boundary.
Left to right: Jonathan Kirby, Ben Youngman, Mark Phillips, Lucky Bandhu, Mark Hailwood and Matt Crawford warm their backs at Stockland in 2015. Jonathan would later make 72* in a winning total of 187 for 5.
Left to right: John Pearson, Nick Birbeck, Jonathan Kirby and Carl Knappett practice at Stokeinteignhead in 2007.
Jonathan Kirby bats at Tipton St John in 2007
Jonathan Kirby and Paul Molins in partnership at Tipton St John in 2007
This might be Jonathan Kirby batting at Teign Valley in 2007.
Jonathan Kirby(?) bats and Andrew McRae backs up ready for the quick single at Teign Valley in 2007. The umpire may be John Pearson.
Jonathan Kirby bats and David Salter umpires at Killerton in 2007.
Jonathan Kirby (left) and Guy Clarke at Woodbury in 2007.
A hot day for the Erratics v. Mystics match in 2007. Jonathan Kirby offers Jonathan Davies the chance to go back in with Oliver Kirby watching on. That may be Matt Turner's better half, Emma, in the sun.
Jonathan Kirby demonstrates his own particular batting style, here during an opening stand with Richard Hitchcock at All Saints in 2007.
The Erratics team after a tie at Woodbury against the Sunsets, 2005.
Sam Cook (on strike) and Jonathan Kirby start our reply against Brook Green at the County Ground in 2006.
Sam Cook (on strike) and Jonathan Kirby opening against Brook Green at the County Ground in 2006. James Burrows may be the umpire, and I think John Curtis is at slip.
Jonathan Kirby waiting to bat against the Mystics at Dunsford in 2008
Jonathan Kirby bats at Frocester in 2008
Jonathan Kirby bats at Chulmleigh in 2009
Jonathan Kirby 'hit the ground running' at Teign Valley in 2009
Paul Molins (left) and Jonathan Kirby 'finished in fine skittering, scampering style' at Teign Valley in 2009
Erratics celebrate their successful chase of 225 at Stokeinteignhead in 2009: Jonathan Kirby and David Pearson (standing); Martin Weiler and Martin Wright (sitting). Peter Thomson and Irving tidy up.
Martin Weiler during ihs half-century against Tipton St John at Dunsford in 2009. Jonathan Kirby umpires.
Erratics shelter from the rain at Denbury in 2009. Left to right: James Burrows, Tim Mileham, Duncan Chave, Matt Cook (in the back), Martin Wright, Phil Ellis(?), Chris Ferro (in the back), Gareth Oughton and Jonathan Kirby.
The Erratics and Mystics & Magicians with the Chairman's Cup during the anniversary match at Dunsford in 2009. Left to right: Martin Miller, Simon Orpen, Duncan Chave, Nick Healey, Martin Sharland, David Salter (umpire), Pete Weatherhead, Fraser Chave, Chris Squire, Clem Hitchcock, Sid Thomson, Graham Sharland (umpire), Brian Carpenter, Chris Ferro, James Burrows, Andrew McRae, Jonathan Kirby, Phil Ellis, Tim Mileham, Martin Weiler. Crouching: Jim Thomson, Sam Cook, Matt Cook, Peter Thomson.
Jonathan Kirby (left), Max Ellis, Chris Mellett and Phil Ellis are briefed on the local rules on the Erratics' first visit to Branscombe in 2009
Jonathan Kirby (on strike) keeps Duncan Chave company at Teign Valley in 2009
Simon Orpen bowls at Frocester on the 2009 tour
Oliver Kirby (on strike) briefly keeps his father company at Longney in 2009
'Jonathan Kirby flashes to 50' at Longney in 2009
The last match at Longney between the Longhorns and the Erratics in 2009. Sitting: Jonathan Kirby, Penny Price, Ian Lisk, David Pearson, Jim Thomson. Standing Erratics: Chris Ferro, John Pearson, Oliver Kirby, James Burrows, Sam Cook , Simon Orpen, Richard Hitchcock (umpire)
Sid Thomson during his unbeaten 93 at Stokeinteignhead in 2010. Another left-hander, Jonathan Kirby, is the non-striker.
'It was the partnership between Sam Cook and Jonathan Kirby that did most to win the game' against the Mystics at Dunsford in 2010. Here, Jonathan adds to the total.
Erratics host Mark Searle's touring side at Dunsford in 2010. Chris Ferro (backing up) scored 96* as Erratics won by 9 wickets.
Jonathan Kirby and Peter Thomson watch at Harberton in 2010
Jonathan Kirby at Teign Valley in 2010
'A swashbuckling stand of 45 between Ferro (left) and Kirby' in the first match of the 2011 season at Newton Poppleford. Kenny Clay is the NP wicket keeper.
Jonathan Kirby also retired on 30 at Cheriton Fitzpaine in 2011. Here he plays a characteristic pull behind square.
Nigel Rutherford (with umbrella) tells Jonathan Kirby (without) that the rain is light enough to resume at Newton Poppleford in 2011.
Greg Richmond bowls to Mike Foan at Cheriton Fitzpaine in 2012. Jonathan Kirby keeps wicket and Mark Phillips fields.
Mike Foan bats and Jonathan Kirby keeps at Cheriton Fitzpaine in 2012
Jonathan Kirby keeps wicket at Cheriton Fitzpaine in 2012
The Erratics won the inaugural 20:20 mini league organised by Cheriton Fitzpaine in 2016.
Ferro wonders who is on strike out there in the gloom
Jonathan Kirby at Dunsford in 2017
Nick Walding, Martin Wright, Ben Youngman, Peter Colclough, Sean Webb, Nigel Rutherford, Dan Thistlethwaite, Fraser Chave, Duncan Chave, Jonathan Kirby and George Cockburn at Dunsford in 2017.
Erratics won the Cheriton Fitzpaine T20 League in 2019. This photo was taken on finals day. Back (L to R): Krupakar Nallala, Matt Crawford, Ben Youngman, Rithvik Gutha, Alex Thomas. Front: Jonathan Kirby, Mark Hailwood, Chris Ferro, Dominic Prosser.
JK digs in for an important knock
Openers Jonathan Kirby and Pete Colclough alongside skipper Chris Cook
Jonathan at Marldon, 2021
Jonathan Kirby bats at Marldon, 2021
The crowd vs Isis at Tedburn St Mary, 2021.
Bob Cope, ex-Teign Valley player, describing the promised land of Teign Valley Cricket Ground to Captain JK!!
Captain JK discussing the game plans with Coach Annie and Keeper Andrew while opposition captain eavesdropping.