The Brits put their Regulars on the left, their Colonials on their right with Indians in front & cavalry in reserve.
On the left of pics the Indians neutralised each other, but the Colonials got into the in support before the French & got the upper hand through weight of numbers.
In the centre the Canadian Militia were shot up by British regular volleys.
On the right, the 1st British Cavalry troops destroyed the French Hussars then rode over the guns. They were then broken by the French infantry about facing & shotting well, but the 2nd British cavalry is heading into the 3VP zone unopposed.
Playing straight Bolt Action last week I noticed that Musket Action is much easier to play than straight BA because there are fewer unit types & most of the complicated bits just don't happen in the Musket era.