I joined Mark B in taking the French while Stephen had command of the Anglo-Allied defenders.
I'll only be giving you a taste of the game here as Mark has posted a fine, full report on his blog, One Sided Miniature Wargaming Discourse (in addition to one of an earlier version that he completed solo).
At first it seemed that the Nassauers, Dutch and Belgian were going to emulate the determined stand that they put on in our version (and historically). Note the '8' beside the 2nd Nassau compared with the '3' beside the French and the little blue 'disordered' marker!
In fact, all the way to the other end of the table, where an(other) almighty mêlée occurred
That left only the on-coming divisions of Picton and Brunswick to oppose the French onslaught, with precious little table to play on (note position of the green underlay cloth in the last two photos).
Not wishing to steal thunder, please see Mark's report for the details of what occurred.