Two members from Sydney drill group Onefour received jail sentences on Wednesday following a pub brawl in 2018. 

As The Daily Telegraph reports, Pio Misa (aka YP) and Dahcell Ramos were given four and ten-year sentences respectively after appearing at Sydney District Court. 

It's reported that Misa and Ramos were with three other people when they got into a violent altercation with three men - ­Anthony Hayward, Tony Taylor and Shayne Turner - at around 1am on 21 July at Rooty Hill's Carousel Inn. 

The brawl reportedly left one of the men unconscious. 

“Misa pulled out a timber chair leg from inside his clothes,” District Court Judge James Bennett said.

“He held the timber leg by his side for a short time before hitting Hayward in the back of the head with it twice. Hayward ­immediately backed away.

“Misa then followed him into the middle of the brawl and he hit him for a third time with the timber chair leg.”'

The court also heard that Ramos assaulted Taylor "a number of times" in the head with a hammer.

Miso will serve a four year jail sentence (with a two year minimum), while Ramos will serve a ten year sentence (with a six year minimum).

The news comes after Onefour's entire Australian tour was called off last week following the cancellation of Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney dates in a matter of days. 

NSW Police also confirmed to The Music that they had "provided advice" to Sydney's Star Casino following reports the Western Sydney outfit were banned from entering the venue, which hosted the 2019 ARIA Awards last week.