These were the scenes at Vale Park after Port Vale's two-all draw with Northampton secured the Valiants promotion to League One.
The Chairman of Nottinghamshire County Council, Carol Pepper, has congratulated Mansfield Town Football Club on its triumphant return to the Football League.
The club was crowned champions of the Blue Square Bet Football Conference on Saturday evening after securing a 1-0 victory over Wrexham.
Five years after being relegated, the club now takes its place alongside Nottinghamshire's two other league clubs – Nottingham Forest and Notts County.
– Councillor Carol Pepper, Chairman of Nottinghamshire County Council
I wish Mansfield Town huge congratulations on winning the Conference championship and securing a deserved return to the Football League. They have done Nottinghamshire proud.
The Stags success adds another achievement to an incredible 12 months for Nottinghamshire sport: Carl Froch winning the World Super-Middleweight title, a big medal haul for Team Notts at London 2012 and the Nottingham Panthers winning an amazing treble have been just some of the highlights.
Mansfield Town have done it! They are the Blue Square Bet Premier champions and will be returning to the Football League next year! #mtfc
Paul Cox: "I just love winning and that's what I'm in it for. When you have a team to work with like ours it makes it more pleasurable!"
Mansfield Town's owner, John Radford, manager, Paul Cox and Chairwoman, Caroline Radford celebrate the club's promotion back into the football league at the final whistle in today's game against Wrexham..
Mansfield Town have been crowned champions of the Blue Square Premier League.
Their 1-0 win against Wrexham this afternoon secured their place back in the Football League after a five year absence.
"Following last night's Blue Square Bet Premier home game against Mansfield Town, an individual home supporter, who was exiting the stadium broke the window to the away team dressing room with his hand. Stories about a brick being thrown are untrue. Mansfield officials and players were inside the room and thankfully, no one was injured.
– Mike Smith, Woking FC Chairman
"On behalf of Woking Football Club and its supporters, I apologised to the Director, players and officials of Mansfield Town, which was accepted. The individual responsible is known to the club as a season ticket holder and has had the privilege removed. In addition, he has also been informed he is no longer welcome at the club."
The Mansfield Town goalkeeper has reportedly been hit on the head with a brick.
Alan Marriot was hit on the back of the head after a brick was put through the dressing room window at the Kingfield Stadium.
It is believed to have happened after the 2-1 win against Woking.
Paul Cox has been speaking about his "interesting weekend" following the chairman of Mansfield Town giving him his Aston Martin car as a reward for his sides 8-1 victory over Barrow.