Another weekend of Westfield Matildas abroad action saw Kyah Simon mark her return to the pitch with a goal.
Here's a wrap of all the action across the globe.
There were mixed results for the Westfield Matildas in France. Ellie Carpenter played a full game in Lyon's 1-0 victory over Bordeaux. Attention now turns to what is effectively a title deciding match between Lyon and PSG next weekend.
Mary Fowler's Montpellier enjoyed a 2-1 win over Soyaux-Charente with the Aussie playing the full 90. While Laura Brock's Guingamp fell to Dijon 2-1; Brock was substituted off in the 89th minute.
Vittsjö was held to a 0-0 draw against Linköping. Emily Gielnik and Clare Polkinghorne played full games. Dylan Holmes was an unused sub as her BK Häcken team beat Eskilstuna 3-0.
PSV lost to Ajax 3-2, putting an end to its title hopes. Amy Harrison played 66 minutes while Kyah Simon was back on the park and back on the scoresheet.
After entering the game at the 82nd minute mark, Simon found the back of the net following a neat ball in from Joelle Smits.
Rest of the World
Sevilla was defeated by Granadilla Tenerife 2-0. Aivi Luik came on in the 66th minute and played the rest of the game. Beattie Goad's SV Meppen lost 2-0 to SC Sand with the Aussie playing 66 minutes.
Indiah-Paige Riley was substituted on in the 60th minute as Fortuna Hjørring beat Thisted 2-1. Teagan Micah sat on the bench as the Toppserien season got underway. Her IL Sandviken side won 1-0, defeating Kolbotn.
Napoli finished the Serie A Femminile season with a 2-2 draw against Roma. Alex Huynh didn't feature in the matchday squad. In the US, Kansas City snatched a point late after a 2-2 draw against Houston. Chloe Logarzo wasn't in the squad due to a hip injury.
Emma Checker's Selfoss team will look to continue its unbeaten start to the season on Friday morning Australian time. The team come up against bottom-placed side Fylkir.