|The start of the action on the heath. Seen from the rear of the|
Parliamentary right flank.
|The Parliamentary army advances on the attack in Turn 1.|
|The Royalist army advances cautiously on the approaching foe!|
|In Turn 2 the Parliamentarians continue their determined |
|Alas, the same cannot be said for the Royalists!|
|On the Parliamentary left the Foote reach the field boundary.|
Not so the supporting Dragoons who 'Blundered' and retired!
|Not only the Dragoons proved hesitant: the Folorn Hope who|
were tasked with taking the farm proved equally reluctant!
|Meanwhile, for the Royalists things were starting to come|
together. The foot Cavalry occupied the farm; the Dragoons
lined the hedge; and the Foote secured the field boundary!
|In the first cavalry melee in Turn 4 both sides' Heavies were |
'Shaken', but the Royalists lost and 'Retired' as a result of their
|The Royalist cavalry came on again in Turn 5 but failed to|
reach their opponents, giving them a chance to 'Rally' and
reduce a casualty!
|Inspired by the steadiness of their Heavies, the Parliamentary|
Horse charged the supporting Royalist Cavalry. Not to be
outdone they saw off the enemy in quick time!
|On their right flank things are looking solid for the cause of|
Righteousness! The Heavies rout their enemy in a bloody
|It was n't all going their way though as Lord Walton's Foote|
waver under fire and finally Rout!
|The Horse are finally bested too by a new wave of Royalist|
Heavy Cavalry, though their progress is stemmed by a
second regiment of Horse.
|It proves but a momentary respite though, the second regiment|
soon joins the first in Rout!
|Despite the setback, the Heavies dominate their Royalist foe|
and secure the right flank.
|The centre is consolidated and the exchange of musketry |
|Yet another blunder sends Fairfax's Foote to the rear just as|
Parliament goes over to the attack in the centre!
|However, it proves of little import as by Turn 10 the Royalist|
cause is lost, the army is broken and flees the field!