THE Johnny Warren Cup football competition and 10th Jamberoo Classic bike ride drew record numbers last weekend.
The JWMC football tournament attracted 40 teams from throughout NSW and the ACT to the picturesque Jamberoo Valley on Friday and Saturday.
The over-35 division was won by the Kiama club, who defeated the Sydney Brazilian Social 2-1 in an extremely tight game.
This was Kiama's fifth JW Cup win in the event's 16-year history.
The Sydney Brazilian Social Club were led by former Socceroo and SBS Television chief football analyst Craig Foster.
The over-45s finalists were the Centennial Park Canarinhos and Eastern Suburbs side Maccabi.
The inaugural over-45 tournament was a close match, with the score 1-all at full-time. The Canarinhos won the penalty shoot-out to become the first ever over-45 champions.
Sunday included a record turnout of about 600 riders for the bike classic.
Bradley McGee, Tour de France Yellow jersey winner and Australian cycling legend led the riders from the start at Loftus Oval.
Mike Tomolaris from SBS program Cycling Central also led the pack.
Organisers would like to thank all participants, volunteers and staff for their support.