Northampton manager Kevan Broadhurst has described Friday night's charity match at Sixfields as ``a good end to the season''.
The Ben Evans Memorial Cup match raised around £5,000 for cancer charities and a attracted a crowd of over 700 people.
The Sixfield Strollers (a team made up of Cobblers and Sixfields staff and managed by Broadhurst) drew 1-1 with a team representing Aaramark.
Broadhurst told the club's official website: ``It was a good end to the season here at Sixfields.
``In recent times the club have helped local causes with the presentation of cheques to Northampton General Hospital Childrens Ward, Northampton Association for the Blind and also Sporting Relief.
``Now to round the season off by raising money for the cancer charities is another terrific effort and everyone should be proud of their efforts.''