Jim of York v. Steve & James of Lancaster
Both sides had the usual 3 battles , left right & centre, but also a reserve, so a total of 4 battles. The unique feature this battle was that it started in a fog. To simulate this, the figures did not start on the table. The players on each side took turns to leave the room each turn while the umpire tracked their manoeuvres on his map. This phase took some time as the Lancastrians simply stood their ground while the Yorkists advanced cautiously 1 move a turn so no battle got out ahead and isolated. Eventually the Yorkists found arrows coming at them out of the mist and ordered a general charge all along the line. Fortuitously, all battles got good dice for once and the whole army surged forward.
It's a decisive Lancastrian victory though closer than it looked. York came close to breaking two Lancastrian battles in the first charge, and a better performance from their horse could have broken the Lanc's apart. But it was not to be.