Four men who have admitted various charges of violence will learn their fate in December.

Domenico Crossman, 20, of Mazurek Way, Haydon End, Kameran Muhid, 19, of Russ Avenue, Faringdon, and Khalindra Perera, 19, of Maxey Close, Shaw, pleaded guilty to an affray committed on July 6, 2019.

Judge Jason Taylor QC adjourned the case for seven days so the men’s lawyers could watch CCTV of the brawl to decide on what basis their clients should be sentenced.

On Friday, prosecutor Ellen McAnaw confirmed that the CCTV had been served and there would be no need for a Newton hearing for a judge to establish whether the men had kicked their victim during the brawl.

Recorder Gordon Bebb QC bailed the three men to return to Swindon Crown Court on December 3 for sentence. Pre-sentence reports had already been ordered.

Jay Gaff, 18, of Markenfield, Toothill, earlier admitted common assault and causing grievous bodily harm to a man in Swindon on December 21 last year. He will be sentenced on December 3.

Muhid pleaded guilty to common assault and causing actual bodily harm to the same victim. The Faringdon teenager also admitted breaching the terms of a suspended prison sentence imposed by Judge Jason Taylor QC in July for supplying class A drugs.