A MAN is set to stand trial next month over claims that he injured his ex-partner by punching her on the head at a property in Clydebank.

Kieran McInally is accused of assaulting his victim in Bell Street on May 25.

McInally, 25, is also accused of behaving in a manner likely to cause fear and alarm by shouting, swearing, behaving in an aggressive manner and uttering threats of violence in the course of the same alleged incident.

Prosecutors claim that McInally and his 29-year-old brother, Sean McInally, repeatedly kicked and struck a door of the property, shouted, swore and threatened violence.

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At a hearing at Dumbarton Sheriff Court on October 1, solicitors for the men said they both continued to deny all the charges against them.

A trial date has been set for November 4.