The Americans had to defend 'the crossroads' which were where Quatre Bras was in the Napoleonic battle. The British needed to capture the crossroads, pushing through the defending Americans. Photoed below are the Americans, Greg, Ralph and Dick.
I was pressed into service as a British wing commander along with CinC Bob and wing commander Rob. Early on the stream caused the British, myself especially, trouble and it took a while to get our troops on line. Dick got some early two on one volleys against my approaching red coats. Once on line I was able to return the two on one volleys in kind along with help down the line from Rob. On the left flank Bob beat up on the Connecticut militia with his Hessians. Eventually Rob and I were able to wear down Dick's command of Poor's brigade, routing one NH and one NY continental unit. In the center the British lights wavered but were hanging on by a thread. The British grenadiers also took a thrashing but were holding firm when we called the game.
In the end it was the British quality that decided the battle. Although both armies suffered similar casualties, the Americans had more units dispersed or in poor morale at the end of the game. The post game statistics were as follows:
The other two games were Michael's WWII air combat Aldertag (Eagle Day) August 1940 Battle of Britain (Axis & Allies Angels 20) game and Phil's 15mm Regimental Fire & Fury Sabine Crossroads game. I apologize to both Michael and Phil for not getting many photos. Having to GM and play in my game I didn't even really have time to take decent photos of my own game.