Grant Hanley, Anthony O'Connor and John O'Sullivan had all been called up to their respective squads and all featured for their countries on a busy evening of football.
At Hampden Park, Hanley put in an impressed display at the centre of defence as Scotland maintained their improving run of results with a hardfought goalless draw against the USA.
Hanley played the full 90 minutes for Gordon Strachan's side, earning his 12th cap in the process. He'll be hoping to make it a lucky 13 on Tuesday against Norway in Molde.
In Sligo, Rovers had two players in action as the Republic of Ireland's Under-21s took on the Faroe Islands in their UEFA Under-21 Championship qualifier.
Needing a win to climb the Group 6 table, the Irish did just that as they ran out 5-2 winners with all the goals coming in the first half.
Anthony O'Connor played the full match, whilst O'Sullivan made his first competitive appearance for the Irish Under-21s, playing the last 20 minutes as a second half substitute.
The pair will be hoping to earn more match experience on Tuesday when they travel to Podgorica to face Montenegro.
A win for the Irish will see them leapfrog their opponents in the table into second place, but they'll be a tough proposition after the Montenegrins drew 1-1 with league leaders Germany on Friday, the first points the Germans have dropped after five games.