Two French brigades, supported by light cavalry, were attempting to dislodge an Austrian advance guard, deployed in outlying farm buildings and to secure the vital bridge. The Austrians needed to force the bridge to secure the river crossing.
While a bit rusty on the rules, the game went smoothly and, most importantly, was a French victory!
Here are some photos of the game, showing Phill's and Carlo's beautifully painted 28 mm figures ("giants' compared to what I am used to!!).
Meanwhile on another table... This game was report by Mark (aka Marc) on is one-sided miniature wargaming discourse blog.
Thanks so much to Carlo for organising the game, to he and Phill for supplying the figures and to all three for a great game and a great night. Well worth the ~200 km round trip (I was already down in the big smoke for work!). I look forward to catching up at the club for another game in the not too distant future.