NSÍ Runavík - B36 Tórshavn 2-2 (1-1)
1-0 Árni Frederiksberg
1-1 Lukasz Cieslewicz
1-2 Ibrahima Camara
2-2 Pól Jóhannus Justinussen
NSÍ came storming out of the blocks and took the lead after 10 minutes through Árni Frederiksberg and a couple of minutes later Klæmint Olsen nearly doubled the lead from a corner, but the header was saved by the post.
But against the run of play B36 restored parity after 17 minutes when Jákup á Borg on the right hand side made a cross for Lukasz Cieslewicz to head in.
NSÍ should have regained the lead within five minutes, but an unlikely source - Olsen - missed the sitter.
It was a completely transformed B36 team that came out for the second half and within three minutes Ibrahima Camara had put the visitors in front as he had been played clear with only the goalkeeper to beat. But more about the Senegalese later…
Having been second best for long of the second half, NSÍ eventually recovered and were frequenting the B36 half more often and with a quarter of an hour remaining, Pól Jóhannus Justinussen forced Tórður Thomsen in the B36 goal to make a reaction save onto the crossbar and out.
But it was just delaying the pane as Justinussen slotted home the equalizer from the following corner.
With five minutes remaining of normal time, Camara was sent off with a straight red card - just a minute after getting a yellow, and more than four minutes into stoppage time, NSÍ goalscorer Frederiksberg suffered the same faith as he got his second yellow card, having received the first just after he had scored the opening goal.
With the draw, NSÍ keep the distance to B36 in second place to three points with HB now another three points adrift after their win over KÍ Klaksvík.
HB Tórshavn - KÍ Klaksvík 3-1 (2-0)
1-0 René S. Joensen
2-0 Levi Hanssen
3-0 Alex José dos Santos
3-1 Páll Klettskarð
KÍ had very little to offer and it wasn’t until HB had taken a 3-0 lead that KÍ finally showed some teeth.
HB opened the scoring within a couple of minutes when KÍ goalkeeper Meinhardt Joensen wasn’t quite ready for Rene S. Joensen’s unexpected flat weak but well placed shot.
HB was in total dominance and double their lead midway through the half with a looping shot over the goalkeeper from Levi Hanssen from the edge of the penalty area after KÍ failed to clear properly.
HB went three up five minutes after the break with a beautifully curled free kick from Alex dos Santos over the wall and into the top corner.
KÍ pulled a goal back just a couple of minutes later as Páll Klettskarð got clear in the penalty area and finished clinically, and for the next 10 minutes KÍ managed to put some pressure on HB, before the challenge faded again.
Víkingur - AB Argir 3-1 (2-1)
1-0 Heðin Hansen
1-1 Owngol (Hanus Jacobsen)
2-1 Hanus Jacobsen
3-1 Andreas Lava Olsen
Víkingur took the lead after five minutes as Heðin Hansen scored in two attempts after his namesake in the AB goal Heðin Stenberg had made the initial save.
But AB drew level after some 20 minutes – the first time they visited Víkingur’s penalty area – but they needed not have bothered as it was Víkingur defender Hanus Jacobsen who headed into his own goal from a corner.
However, Jacobsen repaired the damage himself ten minutes later having been set up by Filip Djordjevic.
Djordjevic was the provider again when Andreas Lava Olsen made it 3-1 seven minutes after the break.
TB Tvøroyri - FC Suðuroy 4-1 (1-1)
0-1 Valerian Lobashvili
1-1 Albert Adu
2-1 Albert Adu
3-1 Albert Adu
4-1 Franck Able
The visitors were very much the better team in the first half and also took the lead through Valerian Lobashvili who scored from a rebound off the post after a corner in the 36th minute but failed to hold on to the lead as Dutch striker Albert Adu equalized a couple of minutes before the break.
After the break TB was the dominating team and Adu gave his club, who had their 123rd anniversary today, a fitting present in a hat-trick which he completed in the 53rd and the 77th minute and the last minute Franck Able put some French icing on the cake, making it 4-1.
EB/Streymur - ÍF Fuglafjørður 0-3 (0-0)
0-1 Andy Olsen
0-2 Clayton Soares
0-3 Adeshina Lawal
Having held ÍF for 70 minutes and having had the best scoring opportunity in the first half, the floodgates finally opened and ÍF scored three times through Andy Olsen, Clayton Soares and Adeshina Lawal.