Slazenger continued their impressive East Pennine League form with another outstanding home performance that got going from the very first minute and which included four cracking goals for the in-form Kevin Windler.
A well-taken reverse stick strike from Mark Butel left the Stockton goalkeeper no chance and put the visitors firmly on the back foot.
Slazenger never looked in trouble throughout the first half, absorbing the breakaways and then leaving forwards Butel and Windler to cause mayhem in the Stockton defence.
And it wasn’t long before man of the match Windler went on a solo run to make it 2-0.
Slazenger always looked dangerous, especially on the fast break, and showed just how dangerous they were from a defended short corner when it took just three passes from defence to hitting the back of the net for Windler’s second.
The home side’s dominance continued after the break and good midfield play by Webb and Shepherd led to Windler’s third.
Ten minutes from time, the visitors applied improved pressure and were rewarded with a goal which proved mere consolation as Slazenger hit back with a fifth and final strike through Windler.
Slazenger travel to Newcastle University on Saturday and play host to Ramgharia in the Sunday Cup the following day.