TWO WREXHAM men have pleaded guilty to assaulting an Ellesmere Port man in Chester.
Andrew Thomas, 27, of Hardwick Drive, and Paul Ramsden, 27, of Wheatsheaf Mews, attacked Ellesmere Port resident Neil Beahon in Chester City Centre on December 12 last year.
Thomas was handed a 16-week prison sentence, suspended for 18 months.
He was ordered to take part in 10 sessions of a violence for angry impulsive drinkers course at Wrexham Probation over 10 days.
Thomas was also placed on an eight- week curfew, where he must stay at his home address daily from 8pm to 8am, and is to be electronically monitored in a supervision requirement to last 18 months.
He must pay £100 compensation to Mr Beahon, plus £60 costs.
Ramsden was handed a community order where he must take part in an enhancing thinking skills course for 22 days.
The work will be supervised by Wrexham Probation.
He was also ordered to carry out 120 hours unpaid work in the next 12 months.
He must also pay £50 compensation to Mr Beahon, plus £60 costs.