Northampton Town wrapped up their League 2 campaign with a 5-2 win at Oldham Athletic.

Oldham had struck first through Johan Branger, before Northampton turned things around to lead 3-1 at the break through goals by Sam Hoskins, Aaron Pierre and Andy Williams.

Williams added a fourth after the break, and although Oldham got a goal back through Callum Lang, Northampton made it 5 through sub Junior Morias.

The result is a positive end to the season for the Cobblers, who score five away from home for the first time since putting five past Macclesfield in October. They finish the season 15th, 10 points behind Newport in the final play-off spot and 20 points clear of relegated Notts County.

Oldham struck the opening goal inside the opening quarter of an hour, as Branger was first to a loose ball on a home counter and swept the ball in off the post.

Branger then nearly made it 2 when he headed wide and the hosts paid for that quickly, as Hoskins lashed home from 25 yards.

Hoskins would follow that up with a quick assist, as Pierre headed in his cross to put Northampton ahead for the first time in the game.

The Cobblers then added a third in the final minutes of the first half, as Williams tapped in a rebound after Daniel Powell struck the post.

Williams followed that one up with a second after the break, as Sam Foley picked out the striker and he duly finished.

Oldham briefly responded as Lang turned in a rebound to make it 4-2 after away goalkeeper David Cornell denied Branger’s free-kick.

The Latics did try and gain a response but Northampton finished the game on the break, as sub Morias received Shaun McWilliams’ through-ball and placed it home and rounded off a very fine finish to the year for the Cobblers.