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Faroe Islands round-up: Leaders lose out

Published: Monday 5 August 2002, 0.17CET
KÍ Klaksvík climbed to within three points of top spot with a 3-2 defeat of leaders HB Tórshavn.

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Published: Monday 5 August 2002, 0.17CET

Faroe Islands round-up: Leaders lose out

KÍ Klaksvík climbed to within three points of top spot with a 3-2 defeat of leaders HB Tórshavn.
KÍ Klaksvík climbed to within three points of top spot with a 3-2 defeat of first division leaders HB Tórshavn on Sunday.

Kurt reply
Kurt Morkore hit a dramatic late winner to end Tórshavn's resistance and lift Klaksvík into third place.

Tórshavn fight back
Visitors Tórshavn had twice come from behind to equalise, with Andrew Flotum and Johannis Joensen cancelling out goals either side of the interval by Hedina Lakjuni and Harley Bertholdsen.

Runaway Runavík
Meanwhile, NSÍ Runavík moved into second position with a 2-0 victory at GÍ Gøtu, secured by goals from Urlik Balling and Kari Hansen.

Six up for B36
Elsewhere, B36 Tórshavn took the goalscoring honours in a 6-0 thrashing of bottom club Skála; VB Vágur beat EB/Streymur 3-0; and B68 Toftir were held 0-0 by TB Tvøroyri.

Last updated: 05/08/02 0.44CET

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