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"He was disgusted with his behaviour, extremely ashamed."
A club spokesman said: "We are pleased to see the matter dealt with by the courts so quickly. We note that he has been given a 16 week jail sentence and a five year banning order.
what he did."
A victim impact statement read out on behalf of the Wednesday goalkeeper said: "I feel shocked, upset and angry.
"He had been drinking excessively all day. Mr Cawley has been shown the TV footage and cannot recall Nike T Shirts Women
"I think the man is a thug and he should be caught and put in jail.
Mr Macaulay said: "Mr Kirkland thought it was somebody celebrating excessively and perhaps taking the mickey and whilst Mr Kirkland was stood there trying to ignore him he effectively slapped him to both sides of his face.
The following morning he emailed South Yorkshire Police and Sky News to admit responsibility and to apologise for his behaviour, describing himself as 'a disgrace' and his actions as 'inexcusable'.
Jailing Cawley, Judge Redhouse said the amount of alcohol he is said to have consumed before he ran on to the pitch was not obvious.
"There is great scope for public disorder whenever there is a pitch invasion. Luckily nobody followed his lead but that is only due to the grace of God."
Paul Macaulay, prosecuting, said Cawley claimed to have been drunk when he ran on to the pitch and struck the Owls player after Leeds equalised in the second half.
"He, Mr Kirkland, described it as being hit like a tonne of bricks and he went straight to the floor.
"Anyone who supports what he has done is just as bad."
A THUG who invaded the pitch at Hillsborough and assaulted Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Chris Kirkland has been jailed for 16 weeks after branding himself as a Leeds United supporter Aaron Cawley, aged 21, of Blenheim Square, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, ran on to the pitch during the Yorkshire derby on Friday night and slapped the owls goalie over his face sparking outrage among fans across the country.
"He does not put forward drink as an excuse for his behaviour but he knows getting intoxicated to that extent it is likely to happen," said his solicitor.
"We all know once one idiot makes it on to the pitch often other follow with serious repercussions.
Cawley, who was issued with a six year Football Banning Order yesterday afternoon, has also been banned from Leeds United's Elland Road stadium for life.
The court heard Cawley was contacted by a friend as he made his way home from the match on a train, who told him what he had done.
One of the orders was imposed for a pitch invasion in which other culprits were jailed.
"I have heard you consumed a substantial amount of alcohol, I have watched the television footage and I have to say I don't observe those effects of alcohol on you."
She said previous breaches of his Football Banning Orders had all been committed after he had been drinking.
"I am told you understand you have brought shame onto the game of football by your actions," she said.
Appearing at court with an LUFC tattoo clearly visible on his neck, Cawley watched television footage Nike Gilet Mens of the incident as it was shown to District Judge Naomi Redhouse images beamed around the Nike T Shirt Hoodie
Cawley, who has had two Football Banning Orders in the past and been jailed for breaching them, appeared at Sheffield Magistrates' Court and pleaded guilty to common assault and entering the field Nike Socks Camo
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Ms Anderton added: "This wasn't in any way pre planned it was a drunk mistake that Mr Cawley would like to assure the public will never happen again."
"Because this was a Friday night live match on Sky unsurprisingly the internet and social networking sites lit up with his name and he was apprehended at his home address.
Cawley's solicitor Elizabeth Anderton: "He has expressed a great deal of remorse for his actions. He is shocked by his behaviour.
Sheffield thug jailed for attacking Owls' keeper
He was arrested by police at his home address in Cheltenham and brought to South Yorkshire for questioning on Sunday, where he admitted his actions and was charged.
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