The sentencing of ex-international rugby star Ian Gough for assaulting his ex-girlfriend, former Miss Wales Sophia Cahill, has been adjourned until Thursday.
Ex-Osprey Gough was found guilty last month of assaulting his former partner at her new fiancée's home in Croydon.
Although he denied assault by beating at an earlier hearing, Gough was today convicted of attacking former Miss Wales Sophia Cahill at her partner's - former Another Level singer Dane Bowers - home on January 4 this year.
The court heard that Gough pushed Miss Cahill into the the passenger door of his campervan, which was outside the house on Kingswood Way, South Croydon.
Gough, who has won 64 caps for Wales, first made his debut in 1998 against the South Africans in Pretoria.