Sad to say my narrative of the game will be short. Due to real life difficulties I could not attend the game. Interviews for possible jobs and family issues had came up. But some players sent Pictures and reports and I can tell the story if what transpired.
On the Allied right flank the Austrians And friends continued the advance. Their cavalry defeated the French horse and sent it off the field. Although the "Wild Geese" put up a gallent fight they too were forced to retreat. Eventually the flank cleared the Austrians pivoted to attack the village.
On the Allied left flank he Dutch were less then successful. The French drive them from the field and then they pivoted to take the Allied center in flank.
And in the center the English and Hessians defeated the French infantry and cavalry outside the village. But although they got a toe hold in the village they could not push the defenders out.
So, who won? A tactical victory for the French. They held the village. But they could not reinforce it. While they had defeated the Dutch they had little left to relieve the village. On the other hand the Austrians were now feeding into the attack. So, perhaps a strategic victory for the Allies?
No matter it was a great game and all hoped we could continue to play with these rules again. I think the War of Spanish Succession was a crowd pleaser and we will see it again.