The head coach of Rosslyn Park’s ladies rugby team appeared in court for the first time today accused of assaulting a man in south-west London.
John Pembridge-Hore, 53, of Kneller Road, Twickenham is charged with assaulting Joshua Graham in High Street, Whitton on August 11.
As well as coaching the rugby team - nicknamed The Slingbacks - he is also rugby performance coach at St. Mary’s University, Twickenham.
Pembridge-Hore is also community rugby coach at Harlequins and a principal and lecturer at Positive Sport & Mind Cognitive Hypnotherapy College.
He is a cognitive behavioural therapist for Anxiety UK after previously serving eleven years in the First Battalion Irish Guards.
Pembridge-Hore graduated from University of Derby with a Master of Science in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy.
He was bailed to return to court on November 22.