It is five years ago today since North End made it tenth time lucky, defeating Swindon Town 4-0 in the League One Play-Off Final at Wembley.
After suffering the disappointment of defeat just a three weeks earlier, North End completed a superb Play-Off campaign in style with a convincing victory under the arch.
After four unanswered goals in the semi-finals against Chesterfield, the Lilywhites had shown terrific character in bouncing back but the best was yet to come.
Despite the club's record in the Play-Offs previously, there was a confidence within the side and that was clear to see from the first whistle. Jermaine Beckford, who had been in outstanding form in the lead up to the final, opened the scoring with just three minutes on the clock before Paul Huntington got the second just ten minutes later.
North End grabbed a third before half-time to really settle the nerves with a return to the Championship just 45 minutes away. Beckford sealed his hattrick just before the hour mark and that's when the party really started in the stands!
It was a day that will live long in the memory of all those associated with the club and we have plenty for you to enjoy today as we reflect on that incredible day in 2015.
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In another reflective interview, Daniel Johnson also shares his memories of that season having joined the club in January 2015, and he describes the win at Wembley as his best moment in football so far.
We also have two new interviews coming later today here on PNE.Com and iFollow PNE, as we get the thoughts of Alan Browne, who returned to the squad for the semi-final second leg before getting an hour of action in the final.
The second sees us catch up with former North End midfielder Neil Kilkenny who speaks to us from his home in Perth to reflect on that season and that special day at Wembley.