HB Tórshavn – FC Suðuroy 2-0 (2-0)
1-0 Poul Ingason
2-0 Bartal Wardum
Different values were at stake for the two teams: for HB it was about clinging on to the 4th place and thereby UEFA money while Suðuroy were playing for their existence in the top division. HB came out victorious.
For FC Suðuroy only a victory would keep them in the division, while HB would hold on to the 4th place in the table with a draw, if KÍ Klaksvík didn´t win their match against rock-bottom EB/Streymur.
HB quickly took control of their own fate by taking the lead after six minutes with a Poul Ingason header from a corner.
HB could have paid the price for not scoring on chances to make it 2-0 as FC Suðuroy got a penalty after 35 minutes, but Teitur Gestsson dived to his right to save from Høgni Madsen. Gestsson also saved a penalty in the 0-0 draw against the same team in the 18th round – then from Jón Krosslá Poulsen. But it is maybe not so difficult to save a penalty in the EFFOdeildin as a staggering 35% of the penalties are missed.
Anyway, HB doubled their lead a couple of minutes before half-time with a header from 18-year old midfielder Bartal Wardum after a cross from Christian R. Mouritsen.
Mouritsen should have made it 3-0 moments later as he was completely clear, but he curled his shot wide of the far post.
Suðuroy started brightly in the second half, and Palli Augustinussen should have gotten more from his effort when he was released, but with a last ditch tackle Johan Troest-Davidsen blocked the effort from the acute angle to a corner.
The visitors had not given up hope to turn the match, but although they managed to push HB back, their efforts weren´t really bothering Gestsson in the HB goal.
The Suðuroy pressure also left them vulnerable at the back which gave HB some opportunities to increase the lead, but the opportunities were all squandered.
KÍ Klaksvík - EB/Streymur 6-1 (2-0)
1-0 Páll Klettskarð
2-0 Jóannes Bjartalíð (pen)
3-0 Hjalgrím Elttør
4-0 Páll Klettskarð
5-0 Heðin Klaksetin
5-1 Leif Niclasen
6-1 Jóannes Bjartalíð
Striker Páll Klettskarð, who was in KÍ’s starting line-up for the first time since he got injured in June, scored a brace and gave KÍ the lead with a header from a corner after only five minutes before Jóannes Bjartalíð doubled the lead on a penalty in the 39th minute.
KÍ’s goal-hunt didn't really gather pace until 20 minutes through the second half when Hjalgrím Elttør and Klettskarð made it 3-0 and 4-0 in quick succession.
With a quarter of an hour remaining, Heðin Klakstein made it 5-0, but in the 90th minute Leif Niclasen scored one for the visitors that could have been disastrous for KÍ, had HB drawn against FC Suðuroy, but that wasn´t to be, and therefore it had no significance for KÍ either that Bjartalíð finished of the rout to make it 6-1 in the 92nd minute.
AB Argir – NSÍ Runavík 0-1 (0-1)
0-1 Árni Frederiksberg
AB weren’t safe from relegation before today’s match, but their nerves will have eased when HB in the 7th minute took the lead against FC Suðuroy who had to win to avoid relegation. But AB will still have been worried when they went behind after 20 minutes as Árni Frederiksberg scored when through on goal with only the goalkeeper to beat.
But the AB supporters will have breathed a sigh of relief when they heard FC Suðuroy had missed their penalty after 35 minutes, and as time went on and Suðuroy fell further behind, AB’s nerves will have eased again even if they were very much second best against NSÍ who with the 1-0 win managed to secure the runners up position.
TB Tvøroyri – Víkingur 0-2 (0-0)
0-1 Owngoal (Eirikur M. Ellendersen)
0-2 Jákup V. Olsen
Having conceded the title weeks ago, an injury-hit Víkingur team has struggled to find motivation in the last rounds of the league, but after a goalless first half, Víkingur scored twice in the first quarter of an hour after the re-start to win this always difficult away-match, where TB have drawn 8 of 14 matches.
ÍF Fuglafjørður - B36 Tórshavn 1-3 (0-1)
0-1 Eli Falkvard Nielsen
0-2 Jákup á Borg
1-2 Owngoal (Andreas Eriksen)
1-3 Hanus Thorleifsson
Having failed to win their two matches after having secured the title in the 24th round, B36 ended on a high by winning their last match 3-1.
Eli Falkvard Nielsen put the champions in front just before the half-hour with a long range effort, and jsy before the hour-mark, Jákup á Borg doubled B36’s lead through Jákup á Borg who extended his record as the all-time best goal scorer to 152 – and maybe his last as he has hinted he might retire, but wasn´t 100% decided.
ÍF reduced the deficit just four minutes later when defender Andreas Eriksen was credited for an owngoal after Jan Ellingsgaard’s effort, but B36 sealed their title with 20 minutes remaining when Hanus Thorleifsson made it 3-0.