An emergency helicopter was needed after an accident at Jamberoo on Saturday.
Around 2pm a motor cyclist collided with a four-wheel drive at the corner of Jamberoo Mountain Road and Churchhill Street.
The 56-year-old rider suffered extensive injuries including two broken legs and was flown on to St George Hospital.
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It's one verses two on Saturday as the top two Group Seven rugby league teams clash on Michael Cronin Oval at GERRINGONG.
It will be a test for both the Jamberoo Superoos who are coming off a loss last week and the Gerringong Lions whose young side continues to defy the critics.
Commentator SCOTT McLAURIN says even the Lions home ground advantage may not make much difference. "That might be a slight advantage, but there'll be nothing in it. You know, there was nothing in the game last time, there was one try between them. It was a fantastic game and I think it will be the same this weekend, there'll be a big crowd there to support them."
The game kicks off at 3pm.
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Despite a second-half fight back by the Milton-Ulladulla Bulldogs, Jamberoo has won the Ladies League Tag Division 1 grand final with a final score of 10 to 6.
In wet conditions the Superoos were left scoreless in the second half, going over for two tries in the first with Carly Ryan touching down for one then kicking the conversion.
It's a repeat for the Roos, who took out last year's trophy.
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Just before 2pm (Monday 2 November 2020), emergency services were called to Jamberoo Road, near Swamp Road, Jamberoo, after a motorcycle and Land Rover Discovery collided head-on.
The rider, a 21-year-old man, sustained leg, chest and head injuries. He was treated at the scene by paramedics before being airlifted to St George Hospital in a critical condition.
The driver, a 65-year-old man, was not injured. He returned a negative breath test at the scene and was taken to Shellharbour Hospital for mandatory testing.
Officers from Lake Illawarra Police District attended and were assisted by officers from the Crash Investigation Unit.
Inquiries into the circumstances surrounding the crash are continuing.
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The Kiama Knights have advanced to their third straight Group 7 Grand Final after beating the Shellharbour Sharks 18-10 at Cec Glenholmes Oval.
Matt Morris scored right on half-time to give the Knights a 12-10 lead before they kept the minor premiers scoreless in the second half.
The prelim final victory extends the Knights winning streak to eight games after last losing back in round 13 when they went down to the Gorillas 24-20.
The Knights now face Jamberoo for the Premiership this Sunday at 4pm at Collegians Sports Complex in Figtree.
Sunday's clash is a rematch of the 2017 decider which saw Jamberoo end their 43-year title drought.
Kiama fullback Tom Atkins said the Superoos are the form team of the competition.
"The last there years Jamberoo have been a good side and two years ago we played them in the Grand Final and they got over us there so It'll be good to play them this weekend and hopefully get the win," Atkins said.
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