RL: WIDNES St Maries gained revenge for Accrington's victory earlier this season in a hard-fought, entertaining match which they won 14-12.
Accrington controlled much of the game and led until the last 10 minutes, but it was the experience of the visitors in the dying seconds that eventually brought them the two points.
Dominating the first half, the home team stuck to their game plan and rattled up 14 early points.
The first try came from an unstoppable run from number nine Ian Coates.
After sustained pressure, St Maries gave away a penalty which was calmly kicked by Steve Ellis.
The try of the game came from another piece of individual play from Nick Cook, who dribbled the ball from just inside the oppositions half to finally drop on the ball over the try line after showing a clean pair of heels to the visitors full back.
Accrington ended the first half 14-0 in front and had worked hard for their lead.
Accrington's forward line up had been decimated by injuries and the hard work put in the first half began to take its toll.
St Maries began to claw their way back into the game as the home team tired but it wasn't until the last seconds of the game that the Widnes team crossed for the winning score.
Accrington travel to Langworthy this weekend, kick-off 2.30pm.