These are the faces of the six men jailed for their part in a machete attack which left a college student with arm injuries. 

The attack took place close to Runshaw College in Leyland on March 4 2019.

Shehroz Ahmad, 19, of Primrose Grove; Adam Khan, 20, of Albert Terrace; Murad Mohammed, 19, of Ringwood Close; Samadur Rahman, 20, of Curwen Street and Dilbagh Singh, 19, of Brackenbury Road – all Preston – and Gurmail Singh, 20, of Bryning Fern Lane, Kirkham were jailed at Preston Crown Court on Tuesday.

On March 4, 2019, police received information a disturbance was going to take place at Runshaw College on Langdale Road in Leyland.

Around 4pm a number of people arrived in cars including a Volkswagen Polo, a Vauxhall Astra and a Nissan Micra.

The group, carrying weapons including machetes, baseball bats and a hammer walked towards the Worden Park side of the campus shouting at and confronting students.

During the incident a 17-year-old boy was attacked with a machete suffering an arm injury. No one else was injured during the disorder.

One of the offenders, Rahman, was later detained by police after being chased by some college students onto a bus.

The Nissan Micra was later stopped in Cairndale Road and following a search of the vehicle, a crow bar, kitchen knife and sword were recovered. Murad Mohammed and Adam Khan, passengers in the vehicle, were arrested.

Later that day, around 6pm, the Vauxhall was located with Dilbagh Singh detained and arrested. Gurmail Singh was stopped driving the Volkswagen around 9pm the same day.

Following further enquiries, Shehroz Ahmed was arrested on March 7.

The men were later given summons to appear at court, with all admitting to affray offences.

Gurmail Singh received 21 months in prison with a 28 month road ban for dangerous driving, with Rahman and Khan given 18 months.

Mohammed and Dilbagh Singh got 15 months and Ahmad was handed a 14 month sentence.

All will serve their sentences in a young offenders institute.