WANDERERS fans are continuing to celebrate arguably their club's greatest-ever escape, as they avoided the drop out of the Football League on the last day of the season.

Their fate wasn't in their own hands and some supporters - and maybe even some of the players - headed in their droves to Torquay yesterday perhaps in blind hope more than expectation that Wanderers could survive.

And they managed it, as a 3-0 victory at Plainmoor coupled with a 1-0 defeat for Bristol Rovers at the hands of Mansfield Town meant the survival party could start amongst the disbelieving Blues fans who had prayed for a miracle.

A huge roar greeted the news Rovers had been beaten and it would be they, rather than the Chairboys, who would be playing non-league football next season.

Players and staff rushed over to enjoy and share the moment with the 929 fans who had made the journey to see the impossible become reality.

Click here for more than 100 photos of the momentous occasion, taken by Bucks Free Press photographer Anita Ross-Marshall.