This force was intercepted by three Cardassian Galor class cruisers. The forces were balanced pointswise with the Cardassians getting initiative due to a 5 point deficit. I took the Cardassians and Rick, the Klingons. Each side had a random, pointed selection of upgrades to attach to each ship. The forces were deployed semi randomly. This resulted in a bit of distance between the fleets with each side having an outrider that was closer to the other fleet. These soon clashed.
Any hits were absorbed by shields or evaded.
Both fleets moved to support the isolated ships. This soon lead to a general action.
Kraxon arrives to support it's fellow Galor class cruiser, by attacking the Gr'oth class cruiser.
In the confused combat, the Nekh'var manages to damage one of the Galor class cruisers, whose shields had been worn down.
However, it manages to score five hits on Gowron's ship.
An exciting, fast moving game. The cardassians collapsed quickly. The Klingons were able to concentrate fire on two cruisers and this led to losses in quick succession or CLGs*.
This might be a result of fighting a stand up battle. It may be different playing scenarios, as there may be more balance.
* Combat Loss Groupings, as any student of Lanchester knows. Right Rick!