FC Suðuroy - AB Argir 1-1 (0-0)
1-0 Jón Krosslá Poulsen
1-1 Heðin Stenberg
With Jón Krosslá Poulsen's early goal second half, FC Suðuroy were well on their way to victory and perhaps booking their tickest for next season's top flight as the win would take them eight points above AB Argir under the relegation line in 9th place.
However, it wasn't to be as AB goalkeeper Heðin Stenberg salvaged a 96th minute goal for the visitors with a header from a corner to keep the distance to their nearest rivals – today's opponents – at five points.
With a desperate 96th minute goal from your goalkeeper, you can´t argue that it was because of a coach-effect of new AB-coach Sámal Erik Hentze, but on the other hand he will now get the chance to make the coach-effect effective in his next games as it is a lot easier to make up five point rather than the eight points, had Suðuroy won.
HB Tórshavn - NSÍ Runavík 1-1 (0-0)
0-1 Magnus Olsen
1-1 Arnbjørn Hansen
In the end HB rue a host of missed opportunities to win the game after yet another lacklustre first half performance where NSÍ should have taken the lead after 10 minutes when a clear Klæmint Olsen from close range hammered a cross right on HB goalkeeper Teitur Gestsson - who should also get credit for the save, however.
At the other end HB rarely threatened and the best effort was a long range effort from Andrew av Fløtum that stretched NSÍ goalkeeper Andras Gango who parried easily though.
With Christian R. Mouritsen still sidelined through injury, HB lack creative ingredients in their team, but spurred on by 16 year old substitute Adrian Justinussen, who has both technique and vision, HB finally started to string some passes together to put pressure on the NSÍ defence from the start of the second half.
But still, HB found themselves trailing ten minutes after the restart with a thunderous drive from long range from midfielder Magnus Olsen.
NSÍ were hampered when winger Klæmint Olsen went out injured on the hour-mark, and after this HB completely took control of the game.
The equalizer came in the 77th minute after some back and forth, and then a failed long range effort that fell to Arnbjørn Hansen who cooly placed the ball into the goal out of reach for Gango.
Especially Alex dos Santo will rue his missed free header from close range that should have won HB the match, but he headed straight on the goalkeeper. Another shot from Santos from inside the penalty area should have been on target, but went narrowly wide of the far post as did Levi Hanssen's similar attempt.
In the 90th minute HB centre-back Johan Troest Davidsen was sent off after a second bookable offense, but as next game is against EB/Streymur, it should not matter.
With the draw, NSÍ's lead at the top was cut to only two points over B36 Tórshavn in second place, but HB dropped to fourth as they were leapfrogged by Víkingur who have a superior goal difference.
TB Tvøroyri - B36 Tórshavn 1-3 (0-1)
0-1 Lukasz Cieslewicz
1-1 Teitur Justinussen
1-2 Andrias Eriksen
1-3 Hans Pauli Samuelsen
Although the home team started best and hit the post in the opening minutes, it were the visitors who took the lead after half an hour thanks to a solo effort from Lukasz Cieslewicz.
But the visitors started strongly in the second half again and within three minutes Teitur Justinussen had netted after a counterattack to restore parity.
B36 regained the lead 20 minutes later through Andrias Eriksen before Hans Pauli sealed the win by making it 3-1 with 10 minutes remaining.
Víkingur - EB/Streymur 3-0 (0-0)
1-0 Atli Gregersen
2-0 Finnur Justinussen
3-0 Hanus Jacobsen
EB/Streymur have lured back a couple of their veteran defenders, Marni Djurhuus and Egil á Bø, but just to witness Atli Gregersen and Finnur Justinussen scoring in the 7th and 8th minute.
Víkingur score one more; Hanus Jacobsen within three minutes of the second half on a rebound after his penalty had been saved by Jákup Højgaard. This takes the tally of missed penalties this season to 25%.
As HB and NSÍ drew, Víkingur are back in the title race, five points adrift of the leaders.
KÍ Klaksvík - ÍF Fuglafjørður 0-0
KÍ’s winning streak of five in a row at home came to a close as they were held to a goalless draw by ÍF who created no clear-cut scoring opportunity during the match while KÍ created two – one of them hitting the post.