Reading Magistrates' Court: Kintbury woman sentenced for drunken assaults at football match
A KINTBURY woman who committed drunken assaults at a football match has been ordered to undergo psychiatric treatment.
Christine Balcombe had denied assaulting Kyle Clough by beating him on April 17 last year.
She had also denied assaulting Ellen Clough by beating her and being drunk and disorderly at Kintbury Rangers Football Club grounds on the same occasion.
The 43-year-old, of The Crescent, off Inkpen Road, was due to stand trial in March.
But Ms Balcombe did not show up and district judge Samuel Goozee convicted her in her absence.
At the latest hearing, on Tuesday, May 31, she was further convicted of failing to surrender to bail for her trial on that occasion.
Ms Balcombe was made subject to a 12-month community order and required to complete 12 days of mental health treatment with a psychologist.
In addition, she was ordered to pay £450 costs, plus a statutory victim services surcharge of £95.