Sam Kerr scored two goals and provided two assists as Chelsea routed Leicester City in the Women’s FA Cup last 16 on Saturday.
Kerr, who played a rare full game, set up Pernille Harder’s goal to make it 2-0 in the 36th minute, before adding the third on the hour.
The Matildas skipper grabbed Chelsea’s sixth with 10 minutes to go, before setting up Beth England for the seventh strike.
Caitlin Foord also was in good attacking form, with a goal and an assist in Arsenal’s 4-0 FA Cup win over Liverpool on Sunday.
Foord started and played 66 minutes in the win, scoring her side’s third goal in the 33rd minute with a deflected effort and setting up Kim Little who beat the offside trap for their fourth in the 62nd minute.
Lydia Williams got a rare start and kept a clean sheet, while Steph Catley played a full game too.
Alanna Kennedy and Hayley Raso both played as Manchester City won 4-1 at Manchester United.
Kennedy started and played 85 minutes, while Raso was a half-time substitute, making a good impact by setting up Lauren Hemp’s equalising goal.
Tameka Yallop and Mackenzie Arnold both played full games in West Ham’s extra-time 1-0 win at Reading.
Aivi Luik played a full game and Ella Mastrantonio played the first half as Pomigliano lost 1-0 at home to Sampdoria in the Italian Serie A Women.
Ellie Carpenter put in a full shift as Olympique Lyon won 2-0 at Reims in the French Feminine Division.