It's a while since we played SP and my first time with this period so looking forward to giving it a run out again.
The British commanded by John were defending the buildings with a small contingent of Indian allies.
I commanded the French, well somebody had to. This is their Indian contingent.
The French marine contingent.
The British sent out the indians to protect the redcoats from an expected attack by the French skirmishes and indian contingent.
Fatigue on the British allies from the skirmishers.
A casualty and more fatigue after combined fire from the marines and indians.
Following the British allies retreat the redcoats return fire on the indians on the hill.
Can't remember what these lads were but they proved effective against the British skirmishers from behind cover.
French irregulars advance towards the British
and pay the price with 2 casualties
The British skirmishers continue under accurate fire and are forced back.
The French indian leader is knocked over once again, it will take him 3 moves to recover.
The British skirmishers have left the table and their indian
contingent have been sent out to plug the gap.
They were quickly forced back and would leg it off the table also.
The French are closing in on all sides
but the British regulars put up a stubborn defence.
French marines close in and fire at a section of the Britsh
Only one unit left and they decide to live and fight another day!
Excellent game put on by club treasurer John Sabbiston.