The NWSL season is coming to an end and for some of our Matildas it's time to hit the playoffs. Over in Europe Tameka Yallop was on the scoresheet once again while Jacynta Galabadaarachchi had a day to remember in her first London Derby.
In the NWSL Sam Kerr played a full match while Mackenzie Arnold was on the bench as Chicago Red Stars finished their season with a 2-1 win over Utah Royals. Kerr's Chicago were beaten to the NWSL Shield by North Carloina Courage but are in the NWSL playoffs.
Stephanie Catley played 90 minutes and Lydia Williams was unused for Seattle Reign as they also recorded a 2-1 victory over Utah Royals. The win was crucial to maintain their place in the playoffs.
Washington Spirit managed to knock the confidence of Shield winners North Carolina Courage as they defeated them 2-1. Chloe Logarzo played the second half while Amy Harrison was unused for Washington.
Earlier in the week Logarzo played a full match while Harrison was unused as Spirit drew 0-0 with Houston Dash.
Alanna Kennedy played 90 minutes as Orlando Pride held on for a point away to Sky Blue FC. All three Aussies in Portland started while Steph Catley played a full game as her Seattle Reign beat Portland Thorns 2-0. Ellie Carpenter played 90 minutes while Caitlin Foord played 70 and Hayley Raso played 78 minutes.
In Norway Tameka Yallop played 90 minutes and scored in Klepp IL's dominant 4-0 win over FL Fart while Aivi Luik also played 90 minutes in Avaldsnes 3-1 win over Lyn.
In Germany Emily Gielnik played 20 minutes off the bench for Bayern Munich in their 4-0 win over Duisburg.
In England Jacynta Galabadaarachchi played half an hour at the prestigious London Stadium in West Ham's 2-0 derby loss to Tottenham Hotspur. Lisa De Vanna was also playing in London with Italian club Fiorentina. She played a full game in a 2-0 loss against Arsenal in the UEFA Champions League.
Three Aussies faced off in College football in America between UCLA and University of Hawaii Teagan Micah played 90 minutes and Rachel Lowe was a substitute for UCLA while Eliza Ammendolia played a full game for Hawaii as UCLA won 4-0.
A few W-League Wanderers wandered all the way to the USA...and found more Wanderers! Ex-Western Sydney trio Rachel Lowe, Eliza Ammendolia, and Teagan Micah grabbed a photo following UCLA’s game against Hawaii. pic.twitter.com/crzdc26b4h— College Matildas (@CollegeMatildas) September 29, 2019
In Spain Alex Chidiac was absent from Atletico Madrid's match against Logrono due to injury sustained in training. She will also miss the Matildas training camp in Sydney in October.