|ECW game in progress|
|Map of deployment - Royalists are red and Parliament are blue.|
The battle began with Parliamentarian forces pushing forward. On their left flank commanded shot moved into the town and were soon faced by Royalist commanded shot who had taken up position in nearby woods. Musket fire was exchanged between the two units.
In the centre the Parliamentarian infantry engaged Royalist infantry position around the centre buildings.
|Tabletop setup and ready for the game.|
|Parliament advances in the centre|
|On their right flank Parliamentarian cavalry push forward|
|Parliament cavalry are halted at the hedges|
|Royalist cavalry launch an attack in an attempt to disrupt the Parliamentarian centre attack.|
As the battle progressed Parliament was unable to gain any advantage and their attacks began to falter and casualties mounted. Royalist forces held their defensive positions and the Parliamentarian commander decided enough was enough and retired from the battlefield.
|Parliament's attack begins to falter.|
A marginal victory to Royalists who were able to outlast Parliamentarian forces who failed to gain control of Lincolnshire. The campaign situation in 1646 does not look good for Parliament as they have been unable to increase the regions they control.