'Erratic of the Millennium' (1000-2000)
Erratics legend John Rudlin, who popped along to watch our game at Harberton in mid-September
Chris Cook departs at Cheriton Fitzpaine 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.
Chris Cook keeps out a low one during his 39 at Mount Edgcumbe 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
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 Cook bowls at Frocester in 2007. Steve Berry umpires and Matt Turner keeps wicket.
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.
Chris Cook slogs his way to 55 at Killerton in 2006.
Nick Birbeck drives at Teign Valley in 2006. Chris Cook backs up.
Chris Cook bowls and Paul Molins keeps at Frocester in 2008
Chris Cook (left) and Gareth Oughton (right) give Matt Cook (prone) the benefit of their advice at Cheriton Fitzpaine in 2009
Chris Cook makes a valuable 71 at Dunsford in 2009
Chris Cook fields with an umbrella at Tedburn St Mary in 2009
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 Cook during his record-breaking 166* at Tedburn St Mary in 2010
Chris and Sam Cook ended the Erratics innings with an unbeaten partnership at North Nibley in 2011
Captaincy is all too much for Chris Cook at North Nibley in 2011
The Erratics won the inaugural 20:20 mini league organised by Cheriton Fitzpaine in 2016.
Chris Cook bowls to Duncan Chave at the Mystics Erratics game of 2020.
Chris Cook thanks our hosts after a close drawn game
Openers Jonathan Kirby and Pete Colclough alongside skipper Chris Cook