Liam Graham became the joint most capped Spireite this week in his side’s 0-0 draw with New Caledonia.
The right-back picked up his third cap at the weekend in a 2-0 win over the same opposition, before his fourth arrived in midweek.
He joined Walter McMillen and Mark Williams, the other Spireites to have represent their country four times while Town players.
His achievement was somewhat marred by picking up an injury late in the second half at the Stade Yoshida in Koné.
A New Zealand Herald report read: “Tuiloma came on for Hudson-Wihongi and made a superb acrobatic save with 20 minutes to play to help keep and clean sheet and Deklan Wynne came on for an injured Liam Graham.”
It was Graham who started both moves that led to goals in Saturday’s clash on Saturday in Auckland.
The 24-year-old broke into the Chesterfield first team set-up this season thanks to injuries to first choice right-back Paul McGinn.
But in recent weeks a switch to a 5-3-2 system has seen Gboly Ariyibi playing as right wing-back.