Some photos of the game, some are better than others, but it was a busy day!
The Crown army prepares to advance:
The centre of the line, with a 6-pdr section firing on the rebels:
Another view of the Crown forces with the 71st closest to the camera
The rebel left is secured by Lee's legion
Regiment von Bose moves forward supported by 1st Guards battalion:
The 71st advance:
The Royal Artillery limber-up:
Close-up of the Guards:
The Virginia militia of the second-line:
von Bose, still going:
Officer of 17th Light Dragoons attached to Tarleton's British Legion.
1st Maryland form as part of the third line:
A Virgina continental and friend:
General Greene keeps his finger crossed:
Militia light horse:
The continentals of the third-line:
A view from behind the rebel lines, with a view of the courthouse and ordinary (inn)
The Crown army centre:
Virginia militia provide a rallying point for the carolinians
23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers move to support the 33rd:
Royal Artillery with dragrope men from the 33rd.
Cornwallis stays cool:
Von Bose negotiate some fences:
British Legion move to support the von Bose and 1st Guards
The Virginia milita are difficult to move:
...and Lee's legion come up in support:
Camp life: "You are stirring that wrong":
The last Carolina militia seek the cover of the continentals:
Singleton's section of artillery makes it back to the safety of the third line:
The Crown army ran out of steam and a rebel victory was declared.
...and the game won the "Best Painting Award" this is also the "Bill Brewer" award and as such is the best thing to win as Bill really set the standard back in the day.
Thanks to everyone who helped or stopped by.
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Next year we are promised a Verdun extravaganza by James and Scrivs so I get 2 years to plan my next game...