Slaz started off sluggish, looking outpaced by the visitors to begin with. However, as the game progressed, the team picked up speed and contested strongly against a well organised and well drilled Leeds team.
The slow start caught the home team off guard; Slazenger with soft marking allowed Leed to break through and secure the first goal.
With the shock first goal, Slaz rallied, creating greater chances, with good movement on and off the ball. however, though all the pressure the Horbury side were inable to convert it to an equaliser. Leeds on the other hand were able to convert one of their few goals into a second, putting them 2 ahead by the break.
At half time, slaz were 2-0 down but knew it would only take effort and an upping of their game to get back in it.
Within minutes of the second half starting, Slaz secured the first, with a second in quick succession. Some great passing play led the buildup, with Mark Swindon cutting through the midfield and creating some defence destroying passes. It was down to frontman Richard Tuddenham to fire 2 in, securing his brace.
The final goal came from right wing, and man of the match Dan Perry, who made mincemeat of the left back, slicing though the Leeds lines, and slotting the 3rd home.
Slaz were proud of an excellent 2nd half performance, and next week slaz travel to Old Malton.