Stanley suffered a disappointing start to the new season as they lost away to Newport County on Saturday.
Newport were only promoted back into the Football League this summer but went into a 4-0 lead before debutant Danny Webber claimed a consolation for the Reds.
Michael Richardson started in midfield just two days after arriving on loan from Newcastle but, cheered on by a crowd of 4,631, the hosts started strongly and Christian Jolley had an early effort disallowed.
Stanley replied with Peter Murphy denied by a last-ditch tackle before Reds right-back Nicky Hunt had to clear after Ian Dunbavin spilled a cross.
But Newport broke the deadlock on 24 minutes when Stanley failed to deal with a long throw and defender Harry Worley fired home from inside the box.
Ismail Yakubu headed wide moments later while Webber had a shot saved from Laurence Wilson's lay-off.
Newport doubled their lead just before the break as Chris Zebroski converted a low cross and, 10 minutes after the restart, Jolley curled in a fine effort.
Zebroski beat Dunbavin again with a 66th-minute volley and although Webber pulled one back just two minutes later, tapping in after Murphy flicked on Luke Clark's cross, Stanley couldn't mount a fightback.
Stanley: Dunbavin, Hunt, Aldred, Atkinson, Liddle, Hatfield (Carver 60), Murphy, Joyce (Clark 65), Richardson, Wilson, Webber (McCartan 80).