|The Royalist left|
On the opposite flank the fight was more even, perhaps favouring Langdale. Indeed, it was only Poyntz's veteran units from the Eastern Association which prevented a total collapse. However, the repeated Royalist attacks pushed most of the units to 'shaken' status and soon they were driven back by the renewed Parliamentary advance.
|Jones' musketeers move into position|
|The initial clashes on the western side of the Heath|
|Jones' men prepare to fire|
On the opposite flank, Jones' musketeers were causing problems for Langdale's regiments as they tried to recover from their clash with Poyntz's men. This harassing fire delayed their full recovery long enough for the refreshed Parliamentarians to gain the momentum, driving their opponents back in disorder.
|Livesey's start the Royalist rot|
|More Northern Horse quit the field|
After lunch we ran the scenario again, this time Langdale prevailed. His attacks were more co-ordinated than in the first game and Jones' musketeers seemed less effective, allowing the Royalist right the opportunity to recover from their melees.