|Parliamentarian commanders view point|
|Opening positions at 10am (Note the Royalist infantry numbers should say 5 x Infantry)|
Parliament forces while being slightly outnumbered held a strong position and was confident enough to move forward their cavalry and dragoons to counter the Royalists pushing forward their cavalry and positioning the dragoons on the hill. The resulting cavalry action was prolonged as cavalry reserves were fed in by both sides. The outcome had Parliamentarian cavalry holding their ground and seeing off Royalist cavalry quite comprehensively. Soon afterwards Parliament dragoons moved forward to occupy the hill.
In the centre and other flank, Royalists pushed forward their commanded shot and a portion of their centre. The Royalist commander could not push forward his full centre because of his cavalry retreating and leaving him to shore up his left flank with his centre reserve. Even without the full Royalist infantry centre attacking them, the Parliamentarian centre was soon under pressure as both centres became locked in a push of pike struggle. The arrival of a regrouped Parliamentarian cavalry unit was enough to tip the scales in Parliament's favour and the Royalist centre retreated.
By late afternoon it was a Parliamentarian victory!
|Cavalry and dragoons engage.|
|Royalist commanded shot move forward.|
|Parliamentarian cavalry rout Royalist cavalry and their dragoons secure the hill.|
|Royalist units attack the Parliamentarian centre|
|Part of the Royalist centre push forward and engage in musketry and eventually push of pike.|
|Royalist centre reserve shore up the flank against roaming Parliamentarian cavalry and dragoons.|
|An under pressure Parliamentarian centre sees support coming from a regrouped cavalry unit.|
|The returned cavalry tip the scales in favour of Parliament and the Royalist army resolve fails and they are forced to retire.|