Two more football hooligans have admitted their roles in fighting following a Swindon Town match.

Regan Bunker-Holmes and William Walker each pleaded guilty to violent disorder following last season’s home game against Newport County.

Bunker-Holmes, 20, of Anchor Road, Calne, and Walker, of Hungerdown Lane, Chippenham, could now be jailed for the incident in Swindon town centre.

A third man, Zach Surry, 26, of Churchill Close, Calne, pleaded guilty to the same charge when he appeared at Swindon Crown Court last month.

And Luke Wheeler, 23, of Collingsmead, Swindon, also admitted the less serious charge of affray following the Welsh side’s 1-0 win on Saturday November 25, 2017.

The men are said to have been in a group of Town fans who took part in organised violence with supporters of the away team.

Mark Worsley, defending Bunker-Holmes, said his client did not accept that the violence had been planned.

Prosecutors say there is CCTV from before the game showing a Newport fan trying to arrange a punch-up for later on.

And they also allege text messages between Bunker-Holmes and Walker relate to them talking about confrontations with fans from other teams.

Judge Robert Pawson, sitting at Swindon Crown Court, adjourned their case until after the trial of two other men charged with violent disorder.

He released them on bail and ordered pre-sentence reports are prepared. At an earlier hearing he warned that jail was an option.

Joshua Tamin, 20, of Martins Close, Chippenham, has pleaded not guilty and Ian Wixey, 47, of David Stoddard Gardens, Swindon, has yet to enter a plea.

Their case is due to be heard by a jury on Monday, June 10 and the other four will be sentenced following the trial.

Riot police were on the streets for the first clash between the two teams in Swindon for 30 years.

It is said groups of men from either side met for a scrap in Fleet Street with Town fans from the Groves Company Inn and Newport fans from the Sir Daniel Arms.

An earlier hearing was told Surry has been made subject to a football banning order in the past having been involved in fighting related to football in September 2011.