Richard Hitchcock (left) brought some newspaper clippings mentioning the Erratics. They are looked over by Peter Thomson, Chris Ferro, Brian Carpenter, Tim Mileham, Matt Cook and David Salter.
Brian Carpenter (left), Penny Price and Chris Ferro read some old newspaper clippings mentioning the Erratics.
Chris Ferro (left) and Brian Carpenter at Dunsford in 2009
Left to right: Chris Ferro ,Brian Carpenter, Peter Thomson, David Salter and James Burrows at Dunsford in 2009
Players wait for the rain to stop at Kentisbeare in 2014.
From the 2012/13 Indoor League at Exeter Uni, where the Erratics enjoyed an unlikely run to the cup final.
Chris Ferro (68) drives during his maiden half-century at Lustleigh in 2007
Drinks at Lustleigh in 2007. The batsmen are Chris Cook (left) and Chris Ferro. Paul Molins is the thirsty umpire.
Chris Cook (86) pulls during his partnership of 157 with Chris Ferro (68) at Lustleigh in 2007. Phil Ellis umpires.
The players leave the field at Mount Edgcumbe after John Pearson's flying catch at point clinched a two-run win for the Erratics. Left to right: Carl Knappett, Matt Cook, Dominic Prosser, Simon Orpen, Deering, John Pearson, David Pearson, ? (hidden), Peter Hinds, Jonathan Davies (hidden), Chris Ferro, ?, Chris Cook, R. Deveill
Chris Ferro returns to the pavilion at Clyst St George during the President's Day match. The umpire is Jonathan Davies, who would later take 4 for 4 in the Erratics victory.
Chris Cook plays Nick Guest through the off-side during his 98* while Nick DuBuisson keeps wicket and Chris Ferro umpires at Clyst St George in 2007.
Chris Ferro backs up as John Pearson prepares to score at Dunsford in 2008
Chris Ferro (left) and Tim Mileham get the Erratics reply underway at Ipplepen in 2008.
Chris Ferro drives during his century at Lustleigh in 2008.
Chris Ferro turns the ball to leg during his century at Lustleigh in 2008.
Chris Ferro seeks treatment for his dislocated finger at Mount Edgcumbe in 2008
Tea time at the Valley of the Rocks in 2008. John Pearson (putting on his sweater) has just taken 3 for 16 to wrap up the Lynton and Lynmouth innings. Left to right: Matt Turner, Duncan Chave, Sid Thomson, Martin Weiler, James Burrows (hidden), Simon Orpen, David Pearson (bowed), Chris Ferro, John Pearson, Jonathan Davies (hidden), Paul Molins
Chris Ferro (right) and Martin Wright in partnership against the Mystics at Dunsford in 2008
Try as he might, Matt Turner is unable to replicate Chris Ferro's demonstration of levitation at Teign Valley in 2008
Phil Ellis (left), Chris Ferro (crouching) and Martin Weiler fail to stop Teign Valley romping to victory in 2008
Chris Ferro bats at Painswick in 2008. Chris Cook umpires.
Chris Ferro leaves at Painswick in 2008
Chris Ferro (left) and Paul Molins complete a run at Painswick in 2008
Chris Ferro (left), two locals, Richard Perham and Paul Molins enjoy a drink at Painswick in 2008
Chris Ferro(?) bowls at Frocester in 2008
Chris Ferro bowls downhill at Marldon in 2008.
James Burrows in his delivery stride at Clyst St George in 2009. John Pearson and Chris Ferro (foreground) field.
Chris Ferro on his way to 97 in a losing cause at Tipton St John in 2009
Chris Ferro looks to advance the score in a successful chase at Chulmleigh in 2009
Chris Ferro gets in a tangle while Martin Wright backs up and Peter Thomson umpires at Teign Valley in 2009.
'Three withering pulls behind square into the buttercups' - Chris Ferro makes 80 at Teign Valley in 2009
Simon Orpen (left), Chris Ferro and Dominic Prosser before a spectacular Erratics collapse against Tipton St John at Dunsford in 2009
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.
Chris Ferro (on strike) and Brian Carpenter try to increase the Erratics total (and run rate) at Lustleigh in 2009
Brian Carpenter (on strike) and Chris Ferro bat at Lustleigh in 2009
Brian Carpenter (defending) and Chris Ferro try to cope with Pete Weatherhead's bowling on a freshly cut pitch at Dunsford as the 2009 anniversary match between the Erratics and the Mystics & Magicians gets under way.
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.
Gary Pinnock (left) explains the local rules to Chris Ferro on the Erratics' first visit to Branscombe in 2009
Openers Chris Mellett (left) and Chris Ferro before our inaugural match at Branscombe in 2009
'The power of his shot was inadvertently transferred into his calf muscle causing it to explode': Chris Ferro helps Phil Ellis off the field at Branscombe in 2009
Two-thirds of the Erratics team at the Branscombe Sixes in 2009: David Pearson (left), Max Ellis, Chris Ferro and Phillipa Davey
Chris Ferro (?) keeps Duncan Chave (non-striker) company at Teign Valley in 2009
Chris Ferro top scored with 65 at Frocester in 2009
'Chris Ferro took an immense liking to the Longhorns bowling' in scoring 120 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)
Tea at Dunsford during the draw with Clyst St George in 2009. Al Brunt, Chris Mellett, Ed Paleit (facing away), Martin Weiler, Ben Nathan (prone), Martin Wright, Simon Orpen, James Burrows, Penny Price, Chris Ferro. Tim Mileham is missing.
Erratics watch while Martin Weiler and Tim Mileham take the fight to Clyst St George at Dunsford in 2009. Right to left: Ben Nathan, Chris Mellett, Penny Price, Ed Paleit, James Burrows, Chris Ferro (hidden), Martin Wright
Linda Isaacson, Martin Weiler, Andrew McRae and Chris Ferro at Smallridge in 2009
Simon Orpen (nearest), Bill Parker and Chris Ferro watch the Erratics batting collapse at Lustleigh in 2010
Erratics host Mark Searle's touring side at Dunsford in 2010. Chris Ferro (backing up) scored 96* as Erratics won by 9 wickets.
Erratics at Teign Valley in 2010. Fraser Chave plays cards with Peter Thomson, looked over by Richard Hitchcock, Annie Chave and Chris Ferro watch the cricket, and Steve Berry basks.
Chris Ferro (41*, left) and Duncan Chave (51*) ensured the Erratics set a defensible total at Teign Valley in 2010
Chris Cook strikes another boundary during the highest individual Erratics score of 166* and the highest Erratics partnership of 250 (with Chris Ferro, 96) at Tedburn St Mary in 2010
The Erratics arrive early at Tedburn St Mary in 2010. Left to right: Chris Ferro, Penny Price, Paul Molins, Andrew Forrester, Jeff Haynes (well hidden), Matt Cook, Armaan Malhotra, Chris Squire, Chris Cook, Mithun Mazumder. Phil Ellis probably took the photograph.
Chris Ferro (96) during his record-breaking partnership of 250 with Chris Cook (166*) at Tedburn St Mary in 2010
Chris Ferro (left), Andrew Forrester and Mithun Mazumder watch Chris Cook complete his record-breaking 166* at Tedburn St Mary 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.
Jim Thomson starts with a double wicket maiden at Newton Poppleford in 2011, here having Tom Clay caught. The others are Sid Thomson (wk), James Burrows (slip), Alex Raistrick (non-striker), Duncan Chave (mid on), Peter Thomson (umpire) and Chris Ferro (short cover).
Chris Ferro put on 134 with Duncan Chave for the first wicket against Denbury at Dunsford in 2011. Jim Peck is the Denbury wicket keeper. Unusually, Chris is using a bat from the club kit-bag.
Chris Ferro (right) and Matt Cook (left) boht retired at 30 in the T20 match at Cheriton Fitzpaine in 2011
Chris Ferro retires his innings and is replaced by Mark Hailwood at Cheriton Fitzpaine in 2011
Chris Ferro, Penny Price and Jeff Haynes get to grips with shove ha'penny at the New Inn in Waterly Bottom after the tour match at North Nibley in 2011
Chris and Krups lead the Erratics off after leading the team to victory
Ferro wonders who is on strike out there in the gloom
Chris Ferro sensibly readying to target the short boundary
Ferro looks to attack
Martin looks on gleefully as the Erratics take a wicket
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.