A father and daughter have been jailed for killing their neighbour in a row over a burst football.
The duo had an argument with Kelly Machin after she burst a ball which had been kicked over her fence.
Natalie Bollen, who is 28, and her 48-year-old father William Jelly then assaulted Ms Machin following the incident in August last year.
Bollen, of Walkwick Close in Leicester and Jelly, of Impey Close, left the 34-year-old with injuries to her ribs and back.
After the attack, Ms Machin was treated in hospital and later discharged, but she died from internal bleeding nearly two weeks later.
Bollen and Jelly were convicted of manslaughter at Leicester Crown Court last month.
They have now been jailed for seven years each.