The general idea was that the French rearguard (Scotty) were to defend the village of Durot and surrounding area while Neal with the Austrians were to force the French out and put pressure on the French lines of communication during their successful advance along the Danube. I was umpire.
Forced were about two large infantry divisions and one cavalry division each, while the rules used were (as usual) General De Brigade.
The gaming table with the village of Durot in the centre:
Two brigades of Austrian infantry arrive:
At the same time the Austrian infantry pour across the fields towards the French center:
After forcing the Hessians from the woods next to Durot the Austrian artillery do great damage to the French in the village:
Many French units routed or dispersed at this point, the pressure from the Austrians was simply too much and withdrawal was the order of the day as can be seen from the huge hole in the French defences in this picture:
Great game enjoyed by all.
Another write up can be found on Scotty's site here