The British mostly picked off-table mortars as their reinforcements, rounding the force off with a Matilda, some HMGs, and a little additional infantry. The British attack started cautiously with infantry deploying into the wooded valley whilst the mortars quickly found the Germans range.
|Scary sight - observant readers will spot its actually a Soma subbing for the Matilda
|Glad the Germans have no artillery!
|Not in the plan!
|Looks bad for the Germans
The German line was now flanked and one JOP had fallen with little chance the Germans could stage a successful counter. A second JOP looked likely to fall and so a British victory was declared rather than fighting into a second week.
|British HMGs pour on the hurt
|The church is safe at least
|Bren Carrier holds the JOP