Oldham Athletic 2 Northampton Town 5: James Heneghan's player ratings from Boundary Park

Cobblers rounded off their season with a comprehensive 5-2 victory over Oldham Athletic on Saturday.

Sunday, 5th May 2019, 12:11 pm
Updated Sunday, 5th May 2019, 1:33 pm
FIVE-STAR COBBLERS! Junior Morias added the gloss to an excellent away day for Northampton on Saturday.

On a day when many impressed at Boundary Park, who stole the show? Find out with James Heneghan's player ratings - scroll down and flick through our picture gallery to see how each player performed.

Let down by his defence when they reacted slowly to his superb stop from Branger-Engone's free-kick, allowing Lang to tap in. Early goal was too powerful and too precise for his despairing dive. Didn't have much else to do... 7
His sliding tackle inadvertently saw the ball fall into Engone-Branger's path for the opener but defended well throughout and one fabulous cross into the box, which only needed a touch, was the highlight of his attacking play... 7

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The 18-year-old showed no sign of rustiness on his first start since mid-March. Defended extremely well in one-on-one situations in particular, several times breaking up dangerous counter-attacks... 8
Bullet header took his final total for the season to eight goals, a fine return for a defender. Was solid at the back as Oldham struggled to create much, though did give away the free-kick that led to their second... 8
Showed his versatility again by playing left-back and didn't look uncomfortable as he kept things tight down his flank. Not one to go bombing forward though... 7
The architect of Town's fourth as he forced a mistake out of Oldham and put it on a plate for Williams to find the bottom corner. Played in an advanced role at times as he helped Cobblers dominate midfield for the majority... 7
A bundle of energy in midfield as he scurried around the pitch, broke up play and made tackles. Great vision and pass to pick out Morias for the clincher. Providing he stays fit and focused, he should be a regular next season... 8
Once again looked at home in Cobblers' midfield. His class on the ball complemented Foley's industry as the visitors got the better of their fellow midfielders... 7
Did the donkey work in making it 3-1 when he won back possession, drove into the box and struck the post, with Williams converting the rebound... 7
Rivalled himself for goal of the season with his spectacular equaliser and it was just the spark Cobblers needed to get going. Reward for another hard-working display. Also crossed for Pierre's header... 8 CHRON STAR MAN
Right place right time to tap home his 11th of the season and then quickly made it 12, sweeping into the corner the other side of half-time. Had a one-on-one chance for the hat-trick but Iversen ensured it was not to be... 8
Northampton's fifth goal all owed to his sterling work as he held off two men and then skipped past another before feeding McWilliams... 7
Was on the pitch for a matter of moments when he slammed in his sixth of the season. Ended the campaign with the best minutes-per-goal ratio of any Cobblers player... 7
On for the final few moments... 6