Mr P and myself took the Nazis whilst the brother Brittain (Stephen and John) commanded the Forces of His Majesty. Terrain was quite dense with lots of Bocage and buildings. Hun task was to take T-junction in town center and blow the bridge. British objective seems to have been to hold the town in particular the church (a most excellent terrain piece in fact) and adjacent buildings).
A very fun game ensued with lots of close range (due to terrain) encounters and artillery stonks. Hun plan was loosely for Mr P to advance on left to the bridge he having the Panther units and Engineers along with Grenadiers. I was to advance to his right but with a more holding role (we expected a counter-attack). This was even more loosely what happened except that we both got slowed by terrain and Brit artillery which suited my task ok but stymied Mr P's advance greatly. Brit armour support arrived in form of an M10 Troop a Squadron of Shermans (thankfully no Firefly) and a Squadron of tough Churchills. They had at least one 6 pdr (hidden in a built up area). My Stugs lived a charmed life for several turns with amazingly no losses (several supressions but each rallied) My Grenadiers suffered a tad more with a mortar stonk killing and Inexperienced/Green Platoon tout suite. Stugs did manage to damage one Churchill (very hard to kill) and a 2cm Flak killed the 6pdr.
On Mr P's side things were much bloodier with lots of dead grenadiers a damaged Panther a brewed PzIV and 75Pak and damaged Sherman. His attack faltered under heavy bombardment by the 25Pdr Regiment whilst the 120mms he commanded failed to do much damage being rather errant in accuracy rolls. I 'Tiffy' flight arrived at one point and attacked my Stug unit but failed to hit anything other than a Flak vehicle that dared to fire at them.
As time was called (after 10th move I think) John and myself were fairly stalemated on our area of operations and Mr P running out of steam and Grenadiers on his area against Stephen. British did attain their objectves at town edge.
Great stuff on Mr Ps excellent table (we used 7ft x 6ft)
All the terrain and kit used belonged to Mr P and Richard hopefully the pics do them justice (not on any order)