Sam Kerr and Hayley Raso were on the scoresheet in the United States while a former Western Sydney Wanderer got her first taste of American College football.
In the NWSL the Portland Thorns extended their lead on top of the table with a 3-1 victory over Washington Spirit.
Hayley Raso opened the scoring for the Thorns after five minutes with a beautiful curling shot with her left foot. It was a welcome return for Ellie Carpenter who started and played 61 minutes while Caitlin Foord was a 71st minute substitute.
Elise Kellond-Knight was the only Aussie to start and played 64 minutes for Washington. Chloe Logarzo returned and was a 63rd minute sub while Amy Harrison watched from the bench.
Sam Kerr was back in the goals but Chicago Red Stars couldn't hold on to any points. Kerr netted a stoppage time equaliser, but her side were pegged back deep into the match.
Alanna Kennedy played a full match despite Orlando Pride staying anchored to the bottom of the NWSL table in a 2-0 loss to the Utah Royals.
Kennedy's Orlando teammate Emily Van Egmond received some troubling injury news midweek.
Steph Catley played a full 90 minutes for Seattle Reign as they drew 1-1 with Sky Blue FC.
In Norway Tameka Yallop scored and played a full match for Klepp IL in their 3-1 victory over Avaldsnes for whom Aivi Luik was absent.
In Croatia Laura Spiranovic was an unsued sub in ZNK Split's 7-2 UEFA Women's Champions League qualifier thrashing over Bettembourg.
In Iceland Grace Maher played a full match as KR Reykjavik defeated IBV 4-2.
In the U.S College system Rachel Lowe came on for UCLA Bruins as a substitute in a 4-1 friendly win over LMU.