Here the brigaded Shire foot march along in column towards the Royalist position.
The cavalry battle on Denbigh green started well for the Royalists initially even though the first charge failed, Egerton's Horse were able to chase Greave's Horse from the table.
After that though the fragility of the small Royalist horse units started to tell as they soon found themselves Shaken and Disordered, unable to achieve much.
With the Parliamentarian foot in column on the road they were able to swoop up and combined with Sgt. Maj. Gen. James Lothian good command rating, the Chesire foot rated as reliable (+1 to Command rolls when issuing orders to that regiment) they and the Shire foot quickly cornered the Royalist regiments in the court yard. Shot from the front and the flank and then charged, the best unit, Prince Maurice's Firelocks fled the table:
Effectively ending the game as both Battalias were now broken, most of the remaining units also disordered severely compromising their ability to fight. The Royalist Horse reserves showed up just in time to see their co-combatants running for the table edge. We decided to treat this game as if it were a campaign and continued playing to see how many Royalist units actually made it off the table.
Murdock, the Parliamentarian commander has posted better pictures and more description on his blog here.
Here are the forces, adapted from the Partizan Press book for Pike and Shotte; the profiles are from Warlord's To Kill A King supplement:
I did an initial solo run through, but found that the Parliamentarian foot had a slow slog getting to the Royalist position. So I made a few changes that, in hind sight, may have made it a little too easy. Firstly, as we were playing by the rules for crossing obstacles on the QRS, I changed the cost of crossing obstacles to 1 whole move not 1 whole turn. Secondly, I made the Chesire Foot Reliable which combined with being in March Column on road made the command roll for Lothian (Rating 9) to give them order a 12(!). I also removed two rows of hedges between White Church (the mill) and the Parliamentarian table edge. Having said that, the result was pretty much historical with perhaps the defenders getting overwhelmed a little sooner than they did historically.
We got most of the rules right however I forgot that my Horse units coming on from reserve on the road from Denbigh Castle also got +2 to their Command roll and were allowed one move even on a failed order. As I did it for 2 turns in a row there is the slim possibility that they may have made a difference. But ah well...