|Lead Lancastrian elements advance towards the closest wagon, as others move off to flank on their left.|
|The Yorkists move forward, securing the closest wagon, and begin to take long range fire from the enemy archers.|
|Likewise, the Lancastrians secure their closest wagon, as their most forward elements come under fire from the Yorkist longbows.|
In the end, the game was declared a Yorkist victory, as they had secured two of the three wagons. Also, in the last turn of the game the Lancastrian commander fell, causing panic to sweep through their force (All units go pinned when an army commander dies), guaranteeing that any attempt at regaining the wagon was doomed.
The game was a lot of fun, and there were a number of heroic actions and see-sawing fortunes. As a GM, I was able to learn a lot about the scenario to help tweak it for the convention to make it even more enjoyable.