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.
Matt Cook in Dunsford village hall after the match. Al Brunt and Dennis Lane chat in the background.
Pete Weatherhead (left) and Matt Cook model the anniversary t-shirt after the Erratics-Mystics celebration match in 2009
From the 2012/13 Indoor League at Exeter Uni, where the Erratics enjoyed an unlikely run to the cup final.
Match abandoned at Harberton in 2015 due to mist.
Brian Carpenter (left, truncated), Matt Cook, Martin Weiler, Jonathan Davies, James Koranyi and Phil Ellis wait to bat at Chulmleigh in 2007. They wouldn't have long to wait.
Matt Cook practices one-handed (because of a broken right-hand?) at Ipplepen in 2007.
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
Erratics plot Teign Valley's downfall in the second innings. Shane Ellis, Matt Cook and Jonathan Davies form the brains-trust, Matt Turner is walking back to his post behind the stumps, while John Pearson and Al Brunt have other things to talk about.
Erratics mingle at the fall of a Frocester wicket. Left to right: Chris Cook, Matt Turner (hidden), David Pearson, Paul Gladding?, Jonathan Davies, Matt Cook's lower half, Edmund Thomas, Paul Molins.
Matt Cook (left) and David Salter (middle) "dropped at least three easy slip catches" against the Anchor Inn XI in 2007. Matt Turner keeps wicket.
Matt Cook opens during the Erratics win at Ipplepen in 2006.
Matt Cook is bowled for 27 at Ipplepen in 2006. Nick Birbeck is on his way to 53 at the non-striker's end.
Matt Cook tries for six sixes in the over at Killerton in 2006.
Matt Cook (on strike) and Phil Power open at Teign Valley in 2006.
Martin Wright (left) and Matt Cook in partnership at Tedburn St Mary on the final day of the 2008 season.
Matt Cook during his half-century at Tedburn St Mary on the last day of the 2008 season.
Left to right: Matt Cook, R Mathers(?), Chris Squire and Andrew Crawford react in the opening fixture at Clyst St George in 2009
Matt Cook sends down a leg-break at Clyst St George in 2009.
Matt Cook (batting) and Dave Gidney (slip) enjoy the moment as the Erratics cruise to victory at Chulmleigh in 2009
Matt Cook on the attack at Chulmleigh in 2009
Chris Cook (left) and Gareth Oughton (right) give Matt Cook (prone) the benefit of their advice at Cheriton Fitzpaine in 2009
'It was immediately clear that Cook was fired up' - Matt Cook begins the Erratics reply to the Nomads 162 at Killerton in 2009
Triin Troon and Matt Cook at Mt Edgcumbe(?) in 2009
Erratics waiting to bat at Newton Poppleford in 2009
Matt Cook on his way to 35* at Newton Poppleford in 2009
Matt Cook (left) and Phil Ellis in partnership at Newton Poppleford 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.
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.
Al Brunt (who 'played a blinder' for his 46*) and Matt Cook score at Tedburn St Mary in 2010 when the Erratics won by one wicket with one ball to spare. Martin Wright waits to bat.
Matt Cook scored an unbeaten half-century against the Longhorns at Dunsford in 2010
Phil Power and Matt Cook in partnership against the Longhorns at Dunsford in 2010
Matt Cook (30 retired) during a T20 match at Newton Poppleford in 2010
Penny Price (padded up), Matt Cook and Jan Heaton (umpires) and Teign Valley enjoy a drinks break in 2010
All the Ps: Phil Power and Penny Price bat at Teign Valley in 2010. Matt Cook umpires.
Matt Cook (padded up) would score 75 and take 3 for 9 to help the Erratics win by 34 runs at Ipplepen in 2010. Jeff Haynes scores.
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.
Erratics get their eyes in at Marldon in 2011. Left to right: Matt Cook, Varun Kothamachu, Mark Hailwood?, Jeff Haynes, Andrew Forrester, Mike Johnson, Mark Phillips, Duncan Chave, Fraser Chave (in civvies), James Burrows
Chris Ferro (right) and Matt Cook (left) boht retired at 30 in the T20 match at Cheriton Fitzpaine in 2011
Matt Cook retires his innings at Cheriton Fitzpaine in 2011
The Erratics lost by tea at Mount Edgcumbe in 2011. Left to right: Chris Fear, Mark Phillips, Matt Cook, Linda Isaacson, Triin Troon, Mark Hailwood, ?, Varun Kothamachu, Chris Saunders, Ed Keedwell, Simon Topping, Al Brunt
Matt Cook is player-of-the-match for his 88 runs and 4 wickets for 5 runs at North Nibley in 2011
Inspired by the London Olympics, Jeff Haynes decided to award a 'gold medal moment' after the Erratics' loss to the Sunsets in 2012. Matt Cook won 'because he had just bought me a drink'.
The Erratics won the inaugural 20:20 mini league organised by Cheriton Fitzpaine in 2016.