BOBBY Grant scored two late goals to give crisis club Stanley a boost on Saturday.
The Reds are fighting for their existence as they owe the taxman £308,000 and have to pay it in two months time of face a winding up order.
But there were smiles on the pitch as Grant capitalised on a defensive mix-up to give the Reds the lead in the 83rd minute and then side footed home the second two minutes later to give Stanley only their second league win of the season and move them out of the bottom two.
"I just felt it would be our day and the lads rallied round and got their just rewards," said boss John Coleman.
"The first was a fantastic goal by Bobby and Michael Symes has shown great awareness to set Bobby up for the second and that was critical for us.
"It has been a hard week but the players have shown guts and we all care for this football club."