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In the senior men's race, won by Stockport's Ross Millington, Middlesbrough and Cleveland's Greg Jayasuriya was the leading North East finisher in 63rd position, just over two minutes adrift of the winner.
All the five fishermen had been adrift for five days before rescued.
"Aldi said he had been scared and often cried when adrift. Every time he saw a large ship, he said he was hopeful, but more than ten ships had passed him, none of them stopped," said Fajar Firdaus, a diplomat.
Adrift is kept afloat by Woodley's engaging performance and the central romance with Claflin simmers nicely.
'The victim then lost the windsurfers due to fatigue about 10 last night and was adrift before clinging to the fishing net buoys,' he said.
"Adrift" follows a couple, Richard and Tami, played by Claflin and Woodley, respectively, who decide to embark on an extensive journey.
Streetly A were comfortable winners of Division One gaining 63 points, with Colebridge C nine points adrift in the runners-up spot.
But he is well placed to top that after a one-under 71 took him 12 under - two adrift of pacesetter Lucas Bjerregaard.
Summary: Mumbai [India], September 20 (ANI): The Indian Coast Guard on Wednesday rescued fourteen fishermen on board an adrift boat.
Thousands will die doing so as leaking boats are cast adrift by people traffickers and plucked from the sea, if they are lucky, by the coastguards of Europe.
The Volcan de Tamasite lost power and ended up adrift as it set off for the neighbouring island of Tenerife carrying 140 passengers, including an unconfirmed number of Brits, and 30 crew.