Mike's Brit v. Jim's Colonials.
Colonial Militia has occupied half the village, Hessians have occupied the other half. British vets have moved up to support the Hessians left.
On the near flank Colonial regulars have moved around the wood to threaten the British flank.
On the far flank the British Indian allies are being faced by woodsmen on the creek line.
The Colonials never recovered from the devastating charge of the British cavalry. The incident pointed to a possible shortcoming in the inf v. cav rules, but the fact was the Colonial general took a risk he didn't need to take, then threw such crap dice that the rule didn't matter anyway. With no regular troops apart from 2 light guns left to help, the Militia in the village did ok, but the brigade in the open was outflanked & outclassed.