Slazenger got off to a slow start, but eventually found top gear.
The visitors thwarted a lot of the Wakefield side’s attacks and it took until ten minutes before the break for Slazenger to break the deadlock. A well-worked short corner was drilled home by Paul Wiper.
The second half was a totally different story. As Boston Spa tired Slaz started to dominate. They took the game by the scruff of the neck following two goals from Alec Gilston. One was from a short corner and the other came ten minutes into the second period after a fine move involving David Kaye and Jonathan White.
And five minutes from time, Gavin Kaye scored a pearler to round off the scoring, thundering a shot into the net. Neil Hutchings was voted man of the match.