|A general view of the table from behind the Spanish right flank.|
|The centre of the field - that's Ucles in the middle, an objective for the French but almost impossible to take due to sheer cliffs on most of the hex sides. Tony uses 15mm buildings with his 20mm troops and it works really well.|
|Spanish militia in the woods on the far right of our line. These militia boys put up a splendid fight, clearly Bruce Quarrie's rules were never translated into Spanish.|
|The French cavalry were mostly comprised of Dragoons. I think these are Les Higgins (Tony, put me right).|
|A view of the Spanish left flank - the fighting around Tribaldos continues in the distance.|
|And here's a view of the right flank - French reinforcements are arriving on the far table edge.|
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