The terrain for this game was slightly unusual - one flank was blocked by a river and some wooded areas. The other flank was pretty open whilst the centre was dominated by a large T-shaped hill.
|Table from the Scots right
|English left - the main cavalry attack
|English centre-left ready to assault
|Dragoons and Horse on the English right
|Ironsides hit at the halt
|Highlanders lead the advance
|Ironsides rout the enemy
|English delaying on their right
|Highlanders pressing on but a little isolated
|Highlanders pushed back
|The English right is outflanked
Over on the English left the Ironsides had routed all the Scots Horse and so turned their attention to some isolated lowland foot. This forced the Scots to close-off their right flank and reform their defensive line.
|Scots put to the sword on the English left, opening up the flank
|All rather messy in the centre
|Not looking good on the English right
As darkness began to fall both sides were in danger on their rights but winning on their lefts. Both were also 3 routs from their breakpoint. With the result in so much doubt a draw was declared, which left the Scots in possession of Edinburgh.
|Some Royalist supporting lowlanders
|English foot face-off against Irish mercenaries
|English catch some Scots isolated