The set up was exactly the same as last week with Robbie taking the Austrians and me the Prussians. The main Prussian force started to enter the battlefield, but too slowly for my liking, especially the artillery. More Prussian cavalry appeared on my right and opposite them Sebelloni's and O'Donnell's brigades of cuirassiers and dragoons deployed on the Austrian base line.
There are strangely no photos of the end of the game...... On my left, my cuirassiers and dragoons were unable to hold back the Austrian cavalry, despite driving off two units that were hit in column. My hussars were broken and the remainder of the cavalry were shaken and yet again a spent force.
This meant that with all my cavalry out of the battle and both my flanks 'in the air' that the Prussians would be forced with retreating and I had suffered an ignominious defeat. That said, it was an enjoyable game and as always the result might have been very different if I'd thrown some decent dice and not wasted some of my cavalry on the right trying to hasten the retreat of the Reichsarmee brigade. Oh well, never mind.
Next time its Zorndorf, which will be a fun little bloodbath no doubt!