Despite Polish numerical superiority (8000 to 5500) the Poles were defeated.
The Russian army of Boris Mellin defeated the Lithuanian force under Józef Judycki. The confrontation could have gone the other way if the 900 troops under Stanisław Kostka Potocki and Tomasz Wawrzecki were used to augment the defence; instead Judycki called a two-hour counsel. This gave time for the Russian forces to regroup and they were then able to prepare a final counterattack.
On that day there was also an assault and conquest of the Mir Castle Complex. Judycki left his troops and resorted to Hrodna (Polish: Grodno).
Disgraced Judycki was relieved of command soon afterwards, on June 17, to be replaced by Michał Zabiełło.