With the international break just around the corner, the Commonwealth Bank Matildas continued to help their club sides before the break in play.
The FA Women's Super League saw Australians score goals, make their debuts and pick up three points in an action-packed weekend of football.
The spoils were shared when West Ham and Aston Villa drew 1-1. With Mackenzie Arnold in goal for the Hammers and Emily Gielnik leading the line for Villa, both teams took home a point.
Sam Kerr opened her account for the new season, scoring a brace in Chelsea's 4-0 win over Everton. Fran Kirby and Beth England scored either side of Kerr's double to round out the victory.
Arsenal made it two from two defeating Reading 4-0. Steph Catley was in left-back for the Gunners while Lydia Williams was an unused substitute.
The round ended with another Aussie v Aussie battle. Alanna Kennedy came into the starting XI for Manchester City while Hayley Raso sat out with a shoulder complaint. For Tottenham, Kyah Simon made her first appearance for the club.
Ultimately it was Simon's Spurs who would come away with all three points.
Elsewhere in Europe, Ellie Carpenter's Lyon ran out 6-0 winners over Dijon. Carpenter did not feature after feeling some quad soreness.
Meanwhile, Mary Fowler's Montpellier travelled to take on Guingamp. In a tight contest, the home side defeated Montpellier 2-1. Fowler came on in the 79th minute, but couldn't help her team find the equaliser.
Over in Sweden, Clare Polkinghorne and her side, Vittsjö managed a 2-2 draw with Djurgarden. Polkinghorne played a full game in the heart of defence.
Damallsvenskan leaders, FC Rosengård, defeated Hammarby 2-1 with Teagan Micah in goal and Charli Grant on the bench.
Winonah Heatley and Dylan Holmes were on the bench for their respective clubs over the weekend. Heatley's Växjö went down 2-1 while Holmes' BK Häcken secured a 2-0 victory.
Over in Iceland, Emma Checker side Selfoss went down in their last game of the season, with champions Valur defeating Selfoss 5-0. Checker's side finished the season in fifth place.
Finally, in Denmark, a swathe of Commonwealth Bank Matildas enjoyed Fortuna Hjørring's 3-0 over Brøndby. Angie Beard started while Indiah-Paige Riley entered the game on the hour mark. Alex Huynh was on the bench.
Jenna McCormick started in AGF's 1-0 win over AaB. A goal in the 90th minute sealed all the points for AGF.