Here are some pictures along with a brief report of the game.
Polish Voltigeurs are tasked with escorting a wagon load of supplies to troops pressuring the Russian flank near the Utitsa woods.
The Polish move forward, clearing the path for the wagon.
The Polish soldier in the vanguard hides behind a wall as the Russian Feldfebel uses the wall for cover, then advances into the woods.
Russian Jagers begin firing on the advancing Polish soldiers. At first the gunfire is largely ineffectual, however, as the two sides get closer the shooting becomes more accurate.
The Russian NCO decides that he advanced too far towards the enemy. He takes fire from many sides and is distracted as one musket ball passes between his legs.
The Polish make a bold charge to engage the Russians in hand to hand combat.
Not all of them make it, however, as the Jagers fire at the charging Polish soldiers.
The Russian Officer charges in to help the beleaguered (and still distracted) NCO.
A vicious melee breaks out, with soldiers wielding sabers or muskets with bayonet in a frenzied dance through the woods. The Russian Officer, confident to the end, takes a nasty cut to the leg. Even as he struggles to stand, a Polish soldier bowls him over and quickly dispatches him.
The Russian Feldfebel , still distracted and fatigued, barely puts up a defense as a heavy saber wielded by the Polish Officer cuts him down.
The wagon continues on through the woods as the Polish clear out the opposition.
A Russian soldier stands his ground and struggles to reload his musket while out numbered and perhaps outclassed by the Polish. He is charged, first by a soldier, and then by the Polish Officer. The Officer pulls out a pistol as he rushes in and takes the poor Russian down with a single shot. Dazed, outnumbered and leaderless, the Russians withdraw from the field. The Polish are victorious!