Ben Stokes found not guilty of affray

Ben Stokes found not guilty of affray

Ben Stokes found not guilty of affray

Mr Stokes is accused of knocking out Ryan Hale, 27, and Ryan Ali, 28, outside Mbargo after he and Hales were refused re-entry on a night out in September.

Bristol Crown Court heard that Stokes punched best friends Ali and Mr Hale unconscious after "charging" at them from across the road.

The all-rounder is accused of punching Mr Ali unconscious a short time later, after an off-duty police community support officer attempted to stop the fighting.

The fight happened several hours after England had played a one-day worldwide against the West Indies at the County Ground in the city.

England have named an unchanged squad for the third Test against India, meaning Ben Stokes is once again absent for the home side.

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"They just want to get in with their lives".

The jurors, who will consider their verdicts on Tuesday, have been told the precise start to the violence is unknown but Mr Ali swung a beer bottle at Mr Stokes's team-mate Mr Hales.

Stokes, who was arrested following an incident in Bristol in the early hours of September 25, had been on trial at Bristol Crown Court since August 6.

Mr Ali delivered a glancing blow to the shoulder of Mr Barry.

He said his memory of the evening was "incomplete" because of the head injury he suffered when he was knocked out by Stokes.

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The prosecution alleges that Stokes also threw a cigarette at the two gay men, Kai Barry and William O'Connor, outside the nightclub, as well as mocking them in a homophobic manner.

"I would have to perceive a significant threat to do that".

"So I'll have to sit down with the selection group and think clearly about what's the right squad for that surface at Lord's and then pick accordingly", he had said then. Ali was cleared of the same charge.

Another man charged with affray over the brawl, Ryan Hale, was acquitted midway through the trial after the judge issued a direction to the jury.

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