Metals Creek Resources Corp. (MEK.V) today reported assay
results from the remaining three holes of its recently completed
diamond drill program on the Ogden Gold Project in Timmins,
Ontario. The drill program consisted of eight holes targeting the
Thomas Ogden Zone.
Highlights from these latest holes include hole TOG-13-25, which
returned a bonanza grade gold intercept of 2,732.6 grammes per
tonne (g/t) gold over 0.93 meters (m), This intercept was part of a
broader zone of high grade mineralization with an uncut intercept
of 210.19 g/t over 12.53 m. The zone averages 14.79 g/t gold over
12.53m after cutting the bonanza grade sample to 100 g/t gold.
MEK's plans include additional drilling once the new information
is interpreted and incorporated into a revised model of the zone.
The future drilling will focus on establishing the geometry and
size of the potential resource and is scheduled for late
summer-early fall, once the joint venture funding requirements have
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