Exactly ten years ago today, Doncaster Rovers enjoyed one of the greatest victories in their 138 year history.
It was on April 1, 2007 that Sean O'Driscoll's side lifted the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, securing a thrilling 3-2 victory over Bristol Rovers in front of nearly 60,000 supporters packed inside Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.
It was a day that few Rovers fans will forget in a hurry.
Thousands of supporters, decked out in red and white, descended on Wales, many on specially chartered trains for the game which proved to be eventful right from the very first minute.
Within seconds of kick-off, Jonathan Forte had fired Rovers into the lead and striker Paul Heffernan doubled the advantage after just five minutes, sending the Rovers fans into ecstasy.
But there was to be no easy ride for Doncaster against their southern counterparts.
Within a few moments of the second half restart, Bristol were back in the game, courtesy of a Richard Walker penalty.
And when Sammy Igoe levelled things up after 62 minutes, Doncaster fans were fearing the worst.
The game remained at 2-2 within the 90 minutes and so extra time and the prospect of the dreaded penalty shoot out reared its ugly head.
But cometh the hour, cometh the man and twenty minutes into extra time, Graeme Lee popped up to make it 3-2, sparking crazy scenes both in the stadium and back home in Doncaster where thousands had watched the match on TV in the town's pubs as Rovers hung on to lift the silverware.
Here we take a look back to that momentous day with a selection of pictures and video from Cardiff.