I totally forgot to put up any photos of the game I played using AGW rules and my 54mm figures , in fact it was only when I had inadvertently delete several of the photos that I thought I'd better post these before an accident befalls them .Here we see 'S's Uhlans being scattered by fire from the 'Red' army Volunteers when they tried to flank march .
'A' has sent his Light Infantry into the East Woods and his infantry around Rose Cottage advance to counter 'Blue' armies infantry , his artillery with the cavalry are on the far right flank .
'S' has moved infantry behind The Paddock wall and his gun and infantry are on the road to counter 'A's Highlanders . On his left his infantry push forward up to Rose Cottage . Both sides where losing figures now as the units came into effective rifle range.
The left flank from the 'Blue' army point of view . It was at this point the missing photos should fit in - 'S's left hand infantry (in white trousers) suffered from artillery fire and when weakened were overrun by a cavalry charge , however the cavalry suffered heavy casualties and had to retire .
However the game swung the other way in the center as the Highlanders were shot to pieces by the combination of infantry and artillery fire and had to retreat .Another disaster befell 'A's 'Red' army when a chance card was drawn which permitted 'S' to force one of the 'Red' army units to advance - it was played on the Light Infantry which advanced out of the East Wood and across The Paddock and where massacred by the 'Blue' infantry behind the wall . With this I decided that the day had gone to the 'Blue' army commanded by 'S' - a victory but rather a bloody one 'Blue' army suffering 24 casualties and 'Red' army 32 . A great game which I enjoyed playing , the armies will take the field again with reinforcements which are being painted up as we speak .