|Severoli's Italians attack|
|Action at Kis-Megyer 1300|
|French cavalry attack!|
|Grouchy - a hot knife through butter.|
|Hadik goes down|
Witnessing Grouchy's success, the overconfident 2/7 Dragoons cross the Upper Bridge in column and are immediately countered by 2/Zemplin Insurrectio cavalry. With heavy casualties to both but unable to bring their mass to bear while in column, the French dragoons retreat back across to the west bank of the Pancza.
|Seras' cavalry repulsed|
|Seras under fire|
|Lutz moves to plug the gap|
In Groztony's old command, 5th Ott Hussars and 1/Bacser Insurrection rally. The 5th Ott Hussars attack the French as they attempt to form up after having successfully negotiated the Pancza. In each engagement, the French horse force the Austrian horse to break off their attacks but not before the French 2/20 CaC fall back across the Pancza.
|and is repulsed|
|Battlefield from the south 1330|
|Center 1330 behind Austrian lines|
|Battlefield 1330 from behind French lines|
At the bottom of the 1330 hour, the Austrian left cavalry wing under Mescery shows signs of crumbling. Andrasy is in retreat and both Grosztony and Hadik have been lost to injury. Casualties among the troopers mount. Still, the French cavalry have not been able to pass to the east bank in numbers. More French cavalry are on their way to support French attacks at the Upper Bridge. Thus far, the Austrian cavalry on this wing have fought like lions.
In the center, a bit of a battlefield lull descended over the Kis-Megyer complex as both commanders sorted out recent reverses. Will Severoli be successful in mounting an assault across the Pancza? Will Durutte reattempt his earlier failed assaults against Kis-Megyer? Will Seras be able to hold off a pending Austrian counterattack?