|Across the British Front lines|
We had the British / Loyalist forces commanded by Mike W, ably supported by Mike N. Their Irish opposition was commanded by Rupert and Phil as 2inC.
|Two British Guns|
The United Irishmen formed up in line,with there two artillery pieces in the centre and the majority of their forces on the right behind Windmill Hill.
|Irish regiment charge Loyalist Militia|
who refuse their flank in the nick o'time.
|Windmill Hill on the Irish right |
was their strongest position
On the British left the Windmill Hill position proved a difficult nut to crack but crack it did after artillery support was put in place and infantry assaults went in to support the harder pressed cavalry.
|View from behind the British lines|
A good, fun game for the British, play testing the rules, probably not so much fun for the Irish..
|British troops facing the United Irishmen|