TWO people are due to be sentenced after leaving a teenage cyclist in a critical condition following a hit and run.

Vinny Pomery and Elisha Wyeth have appeared in court in connection with the crash on Commercial Road in May last year. 

The victim, a 17-year-old boy, suffered serious injuries and was taken to hospital in a critical condition

Pomery was behind the wheel of a Ford Kuga when he hit the boy at around 12.13am on May 8, 2022.

The 25-year-old, of Beacon Close, Rownhams has since pleaded guilty to failing to stop after a crash, driving with no insurance, driving without a licence and using a motor vehicle/trailer in a condition likely to cause danger. 

He also admitted two more charges of driving with no insurance and without a licence referring to offences committed on the same day while driving a Vauxhall Vivaro in Rownhams. 

Wyeth, 24, of Beacon Close, Rownhams also appeared in court in connection with the offences.

She admitted two charges of aiding or abetting Pomery in the driving of a motor vehicle without a licence and two charges of driving without insurance. 

The pair have been bailed to attend Southampton Magistrates' Court on August 14 for sentencing.