|Forces are deployed - the river is only crossable by bridge|
|Map of battle deployment|
|The game clock was used to track time|
|On the Royalist left flank Parliamentarian cavalry quickly engage advancing cavalry. While Royalist commanded shot move forward on the near river bank.|
|The Royalist centre traverse fields in a rather disorganised manner. Their cavalry have seen off their opposition, but are in a rather disorganised state after the melee.|
|Parliamentarian dragoons engage the Commanded Shot as they move along the opposite river bank.|
|Parliamentarian cavalry reserve rout the Royalist cavalry.|
|Along the river bank both sides push forward infantry units to support their dragoons|
|The reserve cavalry from both sides engage on the flank for a second cavalry melee.|
|The Royalist centre begins to move forward while the Parliamentarian commander moves his last unit of cavalry reserve across to the right flank.|
|The Royalist cavalry rout their counterparts and prepare to receive an attack from the last unit of Parliamentarian cavalry.|
|The Royalist centre now organised after clearing the fields engage in musketry fire.|
|Both centres close as they run out of ammunition and engage in push of pike.|
4pm late afternoon after push of pike the larger Royalist centre overwhelm the Parliamentarians.
|After a push of pike Royalists are victorious|
A victory to the Royalist cause and Wales is under their control.