With spring weather and an improvement in the seas and roadways there was a hope of getting a convoy of vital supplies through. With an adequate escort there was a chance for Hastinge to break a de-facto seige of his force and return to a more active stance.
|Part of the wagon train advances|
|The Knights dash off|
|Irish axemen would prove rash adversaries|
|Other issues may arise|
From a Glory standpoint it was another victory for the Irish. And so for the next battle the initiative will be with O'Reagan. The English were able to make their opponents run before them, but not able to achieve a great degree of harm. At the end of part two of the campaign therefore the results now stand at:
Ireland: 6 England: 0
*Actually, two WHOLE years!