Four South Leeds men plead guilty to boxing disorder

Nineteen people, including four from South Leeds, appeared at Leeds Crown Court last Wednesday (27 September 2017) charged with violent disorder.

As previously reported on South Leeds Life, the charges relate to a crowd disturbance at a boxing match held at the Elland Road Centenary Pavilion in February. Sixteen pleaded guilty and will be sentenced at a hearing on 16 and 17 November, they are:

Thomas Hall, 30, of Recreation Grove, Holbeck; Jack Burgess, 20, of Montcalm Crescent, Hunslet; Ricky Flint, 23, of Petersfield Avenue, Belle Isle; Andrew Rowse, 31, of Northcote Crescent, Beeston; Debbie Brear, 30, of Snapethorpe Road, Wakefield; Ashley Buss, 24, of Clark Mount, Richmond Hill; Nathan Conroy, 24, of Brooklands Avenue, Seacroft; Kayne Regan, 21, of O’Grady Square, Cross Green, Leeds; Nathan Reynolds, 27, of Roker Lane, Leeds; Lewis Shenbanjo, 27, of Blue Hill Crescent, Wortley; Darren Fisher, 30, of Heald Street, Castleford; Declan Storey, 23, of Charles Avenue, Leeds; Liam Mudd, 25, of Back Green, Morley; Barry John Brattley, 30, of Pontefract Street, East End Park; Patrick Stephen Lee Lock, 24, of Whingate Road, Armley; and Martin Wormald, 34, of Brooklands Lane, Seacroft.

Three men, Jason Brattley, 29, of Lydgate, Burmantofts; Barry Lyons, 44, of Leigh Avenue, West Ardsley and Ryan McDonagh, 36, of Kentmere Avenue, Seacroft, pleaded not guilty and will be tried in March next year.

Two other men, Brian Holt, 38, of Stanks Drive, Leeds, and Jonathan Djambe, 21, of Doncaster Road, Pontefract, will appear before the court at a later date to enter pleas.