Batting style: earnest
Bowling style: dreamy
Players wait for the rain to stop at Kentisbeare in 2014.
Erratics play Tea20 while the rain falls at Kentisbeare in 2014.
An early tea at Kentisbeare in 2014.
A close-run thing at the Valley of the Rocks in 2014
Mark Hailwood puts bat to ball at the Valley of the Rocks in 2014
From the 2012/13 Indoor League at Exeter Uni, where the Erratics enjoyed an unlikely run to the cup final.
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: Matt Crawford, Mark Hailwood, Lucky Bandhu, Mark Phillips and Ben Youngman watch the early action at Stockland in 2015.
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.
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 retires his innings and is replaced by Mark Hailwood 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
The Erratics won the inaugural 20:20 mini league organised by Cheriton Fitzpaine in 2016.
Winning skipper Mark Hailwood with the Stephen Fisher Trophy
The three most regular Erratic Bowlers of the late 2010s. Youngman, Hailwood and Chave F.
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.
Chris Cook thanks our hosts after a close drawn game
'This spread is almost as legendary as my hat-trick' proclaimed Hailwood