The game resumed at turn 8 and the French attack continuing with the Allies getting ground down. Last game Josh had effectively formed a grand battery of all the French Artillery and it continued to pound the Dutch troops.
After a few turns of trading blows, the French managed to break the 2 Allied cavalry brigades on either flank. That brought our broken Allied Brigade tally to 4, which was enough for a French victory. It was kind of a cheap way for us to win but there you go. Taling on those British brigades would have been difficult as the French infantry was pretty chewed up by then.
Greg did comment that the club has played Quatre Bras a number of times with the "Age of Eagles" ruleset and every game resulted in a resounding French Victory. It's a tough scenario for the Allies to win. Our game was a little closer run but the French moved with a bit more alacrity than they did historically. Perhaps a better way to balance the scenario is to put some limits on the French command dice. I really like the overall scenario and will run it again with some tweaks to make it a little more fun for the Allies.