|The French move into Petit Lardois as the British approach Grand Lardois|
|French attack on Windmill hill|
In fact there was a pretty abysmal series of spotting rolls initially which meant that both sides ended up pretty up close and personal before any figures appeared on the table. The French managed to seize the initiative with concerted attacks on Perponcher's command (which was caught semi-deployed) and their cavalry threatened the allied centre; although the Black Watch formed square they took a terrible pounding from close range French artillery and then were swept away when the cavalry did charge.
|French cavalry sweep away the Allied centre|
|British cavalry to the rescue|
|French attack flanking Grand Lardois|
|Final position - a bad day for the Duke|