French (SteveD, Dave & Chris) v. British (Jim, Mike & Mark):
A generic scenario:
Both sides had 3 infantry divisions of 4 units, 1 elite battalion, 2 guns, a hussar brigade of 2, a dragoon division of 4 & a heavy cavalry division of 4.
The French initially hold the town with 2 infantry divisions & artillery. The remainder of their force can come on their rear table edge after turn 3 at locations secretly nominate at the start. The British then deployed up to 12" in from their table edge.
The British deployed their heavy cavalry, dragoons & artillery on their right, their hussars on their left & infantry in the centre. They started a general advance thought their right flank infantry was late getting started.
The British lost the cavalry fight, but their cavalry still made a major contribution to their victory as they succeeded in their task of preventing the French cavalry interfering with the infantry attack on the village & delaying some of the French infantry reserve.