Casualties:- Lt Barnes and 5 other ranks killed, 27 wounded and 1 wounded and missing.
11 German prisoners captured. "After the raiders had returned, a strong patrol of Lancashire Fusiliers, with two machine guns, went out, and remained till dawn in case of counter-attack, and also brought in the wounded and dead. The prisoners are poor specimens and belong to the 6th Company, 99th Reserve Regiment." – Lt-Col. Machell
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