JURORS heard the dramatic moments of a fight that claimed the life of an 18-year-old.
Tapes were played at Leeds Crown Court of 999 calls made on September 22 last year from 14 Woodburn Avenue, Earls- heaton, Dewsbury.
Mark Fisher, of nearby Chickenley, died after the fight at the former home of his ex-girlfriend, Kristienne Wood.
He suffered nine stab wounds to his face, back, torso and buttock. Eight were superficial, but one pierced a vein, an artery and his left lung.
James Samuels, 22, of Towngate, Newsome, is charged with his murder. Wood, 21, is charged with perverting the course of justice by hiding a kitchen knife.
Mr Fisher burst in through the kitchen patio doors some time after 1.30am and scuffled with Samuels, who says he stabbed him in self-defence.
A 999 call was made at 1.46am on the house phone. Wood shouted hysterically that someone was breaking in.
Samuels also made a call at 1.46am, using Wood's mobile phone. He wanted the police.
Wood and Mr Fisher were heard shouting and swearing. Wood screamed: "Get out of my house, Mark."
Mr Fisher swore at her and Wood told him to leave Samuels alone. Wood also said to Mr Fisher: "Don't slap me."
Two more calls were made from the mobile phone, at 1.49am and 1.53am.
At 1.53am Wood said: "My house has been smashed in and I have got blood everywhere."
Samuels gave the address, said he was her friend and the intruder was Mark Fisher.
Wood said: "He's my ex-boyfriend. I heard him call his friend's name. I think there's someone else outside, Pat Quinn."
At 1.53am Patrick Quinn dialled 999 from the car of a friend, Dominic Cox.
Mr Quinn had gone to Wood's house with Mr Fisher, but stayed outside.
He went to Mr Cox's home nearby to get help and they were driving back after Mr Fisher phoned, saying he had been stabbed.
Two of Wood's neighbours told jurors they saw a scuffle in the back garden of No 14.
Hilary Trotter and her partner, Simon Carpenter, were woken about 1.40am.
They saw two men outside. Mrs Trotter said: "They were shouting and swearing. The girl was hysterical."
The trial continues.