IT'S another one to cross off the list for Stanley manager John Coleman after the Reds celebrated their first away victory since they returned to the league.
Their last one was six months ago - when they beat Woking to be crowned Conference champions - but now they have got off the mark on their travels this season.
But they had goalkeeper Ian Dunbavin to thank for two superb saves in the first half which kept it all square at half time.
Then, two minutes after the break, Ian Craney's corner was flapped at by Nathan Abbey and defender Michael Welch fired home his second goal of the season from eight yards.
And then Gary Roberts scored a contender for the goal of the season with a superb solo effort after he got the ball 40 yards out, twisted and turned the defence in the area and fired home past Abbey.
"I bet that makes Soccer AM," said keeper Dunbavin. "It was a good goal but we were just pleased to get an away win."
Full report in this week's Observer