Straight from the start, Slazenger set out their stall to take the game to a side the Horbury men had never beaten.
Dominant play, allied to midfield pressure, saw panic-striken Adel forced to defend contantly well into the second period, with a strategic interval sustitution by Slazenger coach Peter Hopwood seeing the introduction of captain Mark Butel, who upped the tempo of the Horbury men once more.
Slazenger laid seige after the break, withthe first goal arriving when man of the match Andy Forman’s determined run down the left wing resulted in an excellent reverse stick shot from an acute angle.
Marcus Taylor then added a second with a venomous strike after a direct run in the D.
Halfway through the second half, it looked as if Adel might be starting to turn up the heatm but their flames were doused by anothergoal from Foreman created by Johnny Wiper’s out-stretched diving cross.
Shortly after, Taylor added his second from a goalmouth scramble.
On Saturday, Slazenger travel to Chapeltown, push-back at 1:30pm