The first team notched up yet another win in their inaugual season in North Eastern Division 2.
The Horbury side now lies in third place after holding off a late surge from Gateshead.
Slazenger started slowly but they took the lead after man of the match James Swinden and Keith Whittle combined to set up Simon Chamberlain who cunningly pushed the ball past the keeper.
The goal lifted Slazenger and they went onto play some of their best hockey of the season. Constant pressure on the Tynesiders told when Mark Buttell’s cross was hammered into the net by Kevin Windler.
They continued to dominate in the second half and good support from Webb and Kaye provided Whittle with the chance to make it 3-0.
But Gateshead came back into the game after their hosts lost influential Warren Shepherd through injury, which enabled the visitors to make inroads into their defence.
They got on the scoresheet from a short corner in blinding sunshine and repeated the feat moments later.
But Slazenger took stock of the situation and held on for a deserved win and three more league points.
Slazenger travel to Norton on Saturday in their bid for league honours