Spanish start aggressive on their left flank. Their strategy is built around a bayonet charge card and the guerrilla token... the guerrilla is sabered though so that they find themselves as sitting ducks in front of firing&holding French infantry... two Spanish lines are reduced to 1 block and the hoped bayonet charge becomes an orderly retreat behind the hills. The scenario does not start well for the Spaniards. However, the French do not have great cards and find it difficult to maneuver in the center. Nonetheless, they try a CA attack with their cuirassiers and one arty against a Spanish arty on the hill. The attack does not achieve the desired effect and the poor horsemen are stuck adjacent to the artillery. Then, the reorganized Spanish try a second attack in the center. This time the GT works... and with two successive attacks, they eliminate one arty and the cuirassier.
With the center mainly occupied by reduced units on both sides, the action moves again on the French right. The frogeaters (no offense to my French friends... I actually love frogs and eat them every time I can, so for me "frogeater" is an expression of respect) try an infantry assault but the Spanish cavalry is annoying. The French advance slowly under the Spanish fire and despite their bravery, they can't inflict too much damage. A battery fire concentrated on a reduced French infantry alone in the center ends the game.