Interesting, how did you manoeuvre them into position, or was it a case of hunkering down and taking the charge on your lines?
I deployed front and center, behind a central ruin. With bikes on back, and tacticals on objectives. He had three different ways of engaging me (Destroyers, Tomb Blades, and Wraiths). When I saw him doing a sprint down my right side with the Wraiths and Tomb Blades, I advanced to intercept. This, while my army focused on the Destroyers.
Our forces met on the side of the central ruin, down a long narrow street. Just enough to place 3 models almost side by side.
He charged in with the wraiths, and then I intervened with Ezekiel and the Ancient. He slashed me good, but I doubled on Transhuman Physiology and Fortress of Shields, and saved everything. Then I piled in and hit back, taking almost all the Wraiths down. That got me out of combat.
I charged, then, grabbing his centeal blob of immortals, his tomb blades, and his necron overlord.
One round of hits later, all his wraiths were gone, all but one tomb blade was gone, and his overlord was gone, and I finally lost ONE knight.
My objective for the match was to put the resilience of the unit to thw test, so I moved to force a charge, and then attacked back. And I have to say, I am greatly satisfied with how they did.
Specially since I didnt even get Righteous Repugnancw on the squad.