CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Accrington Stanley - it certainly has a nice ring to it.
Every time it was mentioned on Easter Monday it was greeted with a loud cheer from the largest crowd of the season at the Interlink Express who had their first real chance to congratulate the Football League-bound team.
The football was something of a side event for the Reds' fans who were just determined to enjoy another memorable day of what has been a remarkable season.
The players ran out to a standing ovation with "We are the Champions" ringing in their ears and they went off it in a similar fashion with Andy Todd's injury time goal giving the fans extra cheer - as if they needed any more!
The result was a bonus and John Coleman admitted it was a tough game for his re-shuffled side after all the euphoria of winning the league on Saturday.
"It was always going to be after the Lord Mayor's Show because the players have been on so much of a high and have to come down from that," admitted the boss.
"I was pleased when Toddy got the goal for the crowd.
"I did always think we would score. It did look like we would run out of time but the lads seemed to get their second wind and you always fancy us to score no matter what. The lads always keep going right to the end."
And it was good for the fans to see one of their local lads return.
Blackburn-born Andy Procter was awarded his first start since August following an operation on his knee. "It was great to see Procky back and he ran himself into the ground," said the boss.
Even though the crowd were cringing for every tackle the midfieder went into, he was just glad to be there. "It was fantastic. I loved every minute of it. It is great to be back and especially in front of such a large crowd," he said.
Procter was one of three changes with Michael Welch and Gary Roberts on the bench and others getting their chance.
Meanwhile there was no getting into the party atmosphere for Scarborough who are battling for their Conference lives. But they struggled in front of goal and never really looked like scoring while Stanley's finishing has been lethal all season - and they did it again.
The game seemed to be petering out into Stanley's first goalless encounter of the season until the lively Rommy Boco's strike was fumbled by keeper Ian Dunbavin and he spilled it to the pouncing Todd who finished well.
Up to that point, the Reds had just not been able to find a breakthrough despite Boro being down to ten men with midfielder Chris Hughes dismissed on 69 minutes for hacking down Andy Mangan.
The first half was largely forgettable apart from a blistering strike from Boco which almost broke the crossbar. Stanley keeper Rob Elliot was never troubled by Boro player-manager Neil Redfearn's long range efforts.
The second half was livelier with Elliot tipping out Kevin Nicholson's dipping volley while the keeper stretched well with two hands to stop a Simon Weaver header.
But Hughes' dismissal meant it was an uphill struggle for the relegation-haunted side and Stanley upped the tempo as the fans urged the home side forward.
And it got worse for the visitors when Nicholson was stretchered off following a Danny Ventre challenge.
Stanley pressed without reward and it did seem time had run out but, in injury-time, the Reds snatched the their 27th win of the campaign.
Boco had been expecting to see his 92nd minute strike hit the back of the net but Dunbavin pulled off a spectacular save.
However, the keeper then blundered - and Todd pounced to break Boro's hearts and give the Reds yet another reason to celebrate.