TODAY marks the third anniversary of Paul Carden's appointment as Warrington Town manager – and what a journey he has taken Yellows on.

Whether it be promotion near-misses or memorable cup upsets, his tenure at Cantilever Park has been a rollercoaster for Town fans since he arrived on October 26, 2016.

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Then and now – Paul Carden on the touchline during his first game as Warrington Town manager, an FA Trophy defeat to Nantwich in October 2016, and earlier this season. Pictures by John Hopkins.

His record at Cantilever Park is an impressive one – 82 victories from 161 games in all competitions gives a win ratio of just under 51 per cent.

However, we would like to know which of those matches sticks in your memory the most?

We have narrowed it down to the following five options for you to vote from...

ALTRINCHAM 1 WARRINGTON TOWN 2 (FA Trophy, December 19, 2017)

As this game moved into injury time, it looked as if Yellows' participation in the FA Trophy was over.

They trailed to a Jordan Hulme goal, but what happened next was spectacular.

Liam Goulding levelled and it looked like forcing extra time until Jamie McDonald slid home a late winner to stun the eventual Northern Premier Division champions.

Here's how we saw the action that evening

WARRINGTON TOWN 2 EBBSFLEET UNITED 0 (FA Trophy, January 16, 2018)

This is arguably the biggest cup scalp of Carden's Yellows tenure so far as they sent National League high-flyers Ebbsfleet crashing out of the FA Trophy.

Fleet needed a 95th-minute equaliser to stop Town from pulling off a deserved upset in Kent, but Carden's men finished the job in the replay three days later thanks to goals from Jamie McDonald and Tony Gray.

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The celebrations that followed Tony Gray's goal against Ebbsfleet United. Picture by John Hopkins

SOUTH SHIELDS 1 WARRINGTON TOWN 2 (Northern Premier Division, February 16, 2019)

The only regular league game in the running, but it deserves its place.

South Shields had stormed through the leagues on the back of their superb home form and large crowds at Mariners Park – a myth busted by a superb, backs-to-the-wall Yellows display.

Josh Amis and Jack Dunn were on the scoresheet and thanks to defending akin to the Alamo after the break, Town became the first side to leave Tyneside with maximum points that season – and they remained the only team to do so.

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Jack Dunn lashes in what proved to be Town's winner against South Shields in February. Picture by John Hopkins

WARRINGTON TOWN 4 NANTWICH TOWN 1 (Northern Premier Division play-offs, April 30, 2019):

Yellows had never beaten their Cheshire rivals before this one – a trend that looked set to continue as Callum Saunders gave the Dabbers a half-time lead.

However, determined to avoid a second play-off semi-final defeat in as many years, Town blew their visitors away in the second half.

Ben Garrity scored twice at a raucous Cantilever Park, with Tony Gray and an own goal from keeper Lloyd Allinson completing a crushing victory.

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A shirtless Ben Garrity leads wild Yellows celebrations against Nantwich. Picture by John Hopkins

SOUTH SHIELDS 1 WARRINGTON TOWN 2 (Northern Premier Division play-offs, May 4, 2019):

Much like their victory at South Shields earlier in the season, this one was all about character.

Trailing at a full-to-bursting Mariners Park, Yellows fought back to seal a win that would have secured promotion in any other season.

Josh Amis bagged the late winner after Dylan Vassallo had cancelled out Josh Gillies' opening goal as the travelling Warrington contingent enjoyed the celebrations.

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Yellows celebrate with their travelling fans after the play-off win at South Shields. Picture by John Hopkins

Choose your favourite game from Paul Carden's time in charge of Yellows in the below poll.

The vote closes at 10am on Monday.