Stanley boss John Coleman was left ruing "fine margins" following his side's 1-0 defeat against Crawley.

Harry Ransom got the decisive goal midway through the second half, heading home Will Wright’s corner via the post.

The Reds had plenty of chances at the other end but found Crawley goalkeeper Corey Addai in top form

“It’s frustrating but on the positive side, the pleasing thing is we are making more chances,” said Coleman.

“We have wasted a couple of opportunities, if Jake’s chance had gone in early on we would have gone on and won the game, but it wasn’t to be and you have to take your chances when presented.

“Their keeper has been worked the most by a mile. Our keeper has made one good save but they didn’t really look like scoring.

“These are fine margins. People don’t mean to lose their man from corners but it happens and it has cost us.

“I just don’t think a lot of things bounced for us today but we kept on going to the end."