The Royalists attacked with their cavalry while holding back their foot. Parliament sent their dragoons on a flanking manoeuvre on their left & advanced their foot on their left.
On Parliament's right & both sides had fluctuating & mixed fortunes, but the battle was won & lost elsewhere. One unit of Royalist cavalry was initially deployed in front of the Royalist foot on the right threatening the musketeers on the Parliamentary left. It was just a feint, but it caused some disorganisation in the Parliamentry ranks which gave the Royalist foot a small advantage when they closed. Those cavalry then moved to the left to exploit the gap made when the cavaliers won - the Royalist right counterattacked and broke the Parliamentarian line just before the dragoon's flank attack arrived through the wood.
(We were supposed to be completing the Bryon v. Barrie Maharajah battle tonight, but Bryon had a last minute problem).