A motorist is facing jail after admitting causing the death of a rugby player in a fatal crash in Bristol.
22-year-old Tayo Jones was subject of a suspended sentence for supplying cannabis when he knocked down and killed Dan Hickey in the Clifton area of the city last August.
Daniel, who played for Bristol Saracens, was found dead outside the Richmond pub in Gordon Road last August by a member of the public.
Tayo Jones pleaded guilty to a charge of causing death by dangerous driving. He had earlier admitted a charge of driving without a licence or insurance.
Judge Euan Ambrose remanded Mr Jones into custody, he will be sentenced at a later date.
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