No complaints from Cook
Accrington boss Paul Cook had no complaints after a much-changed side were knocked out of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy by Morecambe.
Cook made nine changes as he gave some fringe players a chance to prove themselves but goals from Jack Redshaw and Kevin Ellison saw Stanley exit at the first hurdle.
However, the manager believes changing his side was the correct thing to do.
He said: "Some think they should be in the first team and this may be a reality check but there were some good performances out there and they will benefit from 90 minutes under their belts.
"There will be highs and lows and we accept that and we move on from here.
"Andy Dawber, our young keeper, was excellent on his debut but we were disappointing in the final third and that's something we have to work on."