Town defender Jamie Sendles-White was in international action on Friday evening as Northern Ireland U21s were beaten 1-0 by Iceland.
The 22-year-old – who has made six outings for the Robins so far this term – was introduced off the bench midway through the second-half for the hosts.
However, he was powerless to prevent Iceland from taking the spoils in the U21 Euro Qualifier, with the visitors grabbing a late, late winner.
Sendles-White’s Town team-mate, Jordan Stewart was an unused substitute for Northern Ireland U21’s.
Meanwhile, Robins’ midfielder Yaser Kasim got 30 minutes under his belt for Iraq on Thursday, although he too was on the losing side.
Goals from Tomi Juric and former Town man Massimo Luongo handed Australia the victory in their World Cup Qualifier encounter.
Kasim will be pushing for a start when Iraq host Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, whilst Sendles-White and Stewart could also see some action on Tuesday with Northern Ireland U21s due to travel to Macedonia.