It has been a long time since the forces of Albion and the Duchy of Comyn did battle, however my close friend and gaming colleague Lee had asked for a game using the Charles Grant rules so how could I refuse.
It was an opportunity to give each side a regiment of Cavalry and in order to speed play along I randomly diced for deployment of forces after I had set the table.
The result was that Albion had deployed the 25th Foot, artillery and Gysburgh Hussars on the right flank and the Talisker foot with the Royal Albion lights on the left, a bold and dangerous tactic by Sir Harry Douglas.
The Duchy troops had the Regiment Grancy and the artillery on their left flank and the Regiment Nuilley, the Lapins light infantry and the Dukes Gendarmes in the centre leaving their right flank open.
The Albion troops on the right advance, artillery deployed to offer support.
A cracking game despite the extremely poor dice throwing by me for the Albion forces.