A MAN has admitted assaulting two doormen during a fracas at a Huddersfield nightclub.
Joel Bryce of Coniston Avenue, Dalton, pleaded guilty to two counts of unlawful wounding and one of affray in connection with a brawl at the Flying Circus in Huddersfield town centre.
Vesmir Duric, of Aquamarine Drive, Fartown, admitted charges of affray.
Bryce and Duric were part of a group of seven men who had been jointly accused of offences in relation to the scuffle after doormen Richard Dyson and Wilfred Moses were injured and one of them was hit on the head with a bottle.
Leeds Crown Court was shown CCTV footage of the moment when the group stormed into the Cross Church Street club on January 15, 2012, having been refused entry by door staff.
The video showed a scrum of men in the entrance and scenes of them leaving the premises with scuffles taking place on the pavement and street.
The case against Kitson Pusey, of Revive Court, Fartown was dropped. The Crown offered no evidence after it was deemed he had been trying to break up the fighting
Bryce and Duric are due to be sentenced at Leeds Crown Court on March 14.
They were both released on bail in order for pre-sentence reports to be prepared.
Four other men; Abdullah Aka of Woodman Avenue, Bradley; Luke Auker of
Chellow Grange Road, Bradford, Waqas Raza of Park Road, Crosland Moor, and Hashim Rehman of Haworth Road, Bradford have all already admitted affray in relation to the brawl.