Jonathan Kirby and Paul Molins in partnership at Tipton St John in 2007
Drinks at Lustleigh in 2007. The batsmen are Chris Cook (left) and Chris Ferro. Paul Molins is the thirsty umpire.
Simon Orpen (left) and Paul Molins on tour at Painswick in 2007.
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.
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 (left) and Paul Molins complete a run at Painswick in 2008
Paul Molins launches one over the top at Painswick in 2008
Chris Ferro (left), two locals, Richard Perham and Paul Molins enjoy a drink at Painswick in 2008
Chris Cook bowls and Paul Molins keeps at Frocester in 2008
Sam Cook bowls and Paul Molins keeps at Frocester in 2008
Paul Molins adds some quick runs at Smallridge in 2008
Paul Molins at Smallridge in 2008
Paul Molins (left) and Jonathan Kirby 'finished in fine skittering, scampering style' at Teign Valley in 2009
Erratics field against Lustleigh at Dunsford in 2009
Sid Thomson and Paul Molins in partnership at Dunsford in 2009
Chris Cook makes a valuable 71 at Dunsford in 2009
Paul Molins scored 15 runs and took 6 for 32 at Dunsford 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.
Even Paul Molins (seen here) with 58 couldn't bring the Erratics to a respectable total at Chulmleigh in 2011. 96 all out and a loss by 114 runs.
Paul Molins is applauded off the field for his solo effort against Chulmleigh in 2011 which saw him top score with 58 in a heavy loss.
Marldon's Wilf bowls, Paul Molins is the umpire
Paul Molins misses a big hit at Marldon 2020
Phil and Paul leave the field after our unsuccessful run chase against Marldon