TWO men and a woman who admitted assault causing grievous bodily harm were told yesterday (Monday, July 1) that jail sentences would be the most likely outcome.

Charity Penny, aged 53, of Heol y Felin, Penparc, near Cardigan, David Griffiths, 38, of Anwylfan, Aberporth, and Ianto Grant, 23, of Pistel Gwyn, Llandeilo, had been due to go on trial yesterday at Swansea crown court.

At the last moment each pleaded guilty to inflicting grievous bodily harm to Andrew Lane on February 18, 2019.

John Hipkin, prosecuting, described the assault as "serious" but gave no further details.

Ian Ibrahim, the barrister representing Penny, said the mother of two had an "unattractive" criminal record.

Judge Keith Thomas said he would sentence the trio on July 26 after a probation officer had prepared reports into their backgrounds.

But he warned them that custodial sentences was the most likely outcome. All three were remanded in custody meanwhile.