Two men accused of raping a drunk Brisbane medical student lured her into an alley and attacked as she staggered to a bus stop on her way home, a court has heard.
Ryan David George and Jack Scott Turner Winship are on trial at Brisbane District Court, charged with sexual assault and three counts of rape over the alleged April 2011 attack of the young woman.
In opening her case, crown prosecutor Dzenita Balic told the jury the woman had left a bar where she had been with friends and was trying to make her way home when she was attacked.
"She was manoeuvred into that alley by two men," Ms Balic said.
"They sexually assaulted her."
The woman, who can't be identified, hadn't had sex before the attacks, the court heard.
"She felt excruciating pain," Ms Balic said.
"She was wincing and crying in pain."
The jury heard that the question of consent would be central to their deliberations.
"There will be no dispute that Winship and George were in the alley with (the victim) or that Winship sexually interacted with her," Ms Balic said.
There was no CCTV in the alley but the jury were shown crime scene pictures of walls smeared with blood, which was later confirmed to be that of the alleged victim.
Throughout the trial, friends of the alleged victim as well as people who stopped to help her are due to be called to give evidence.
Some DNA evidence as well as CCTV of the movements of alleged attackers and their victim will also be played to the court.