Wallbridge’s step-out drilling intersects 237.81 g/t gold over 7.02 meters on the Fenelon Gold property in Quebec. These initial assay results are from its third round of exploration drilling on the 100-per-cent-owned Fenelon gold property in Quebec. Another six holes are still pending. The market is paying more attention now!
“We continue to be pleasantly surprised by the drill results from Fenelon,” stated Marz Kord, president and chief executive officer of Wallbridge. “We knew when we purchased the property that there was room to expand the resource, but to get holes grading in excess of 100 grams over mineable widths in each of our first three programs is truly remarkable. To date our drilling has been limited to targets at shallow depth near the existing ramp and we are really just scratching the near surface potential.”
Highlights of Initial Three Holes
Drill-hole FA-17-26 intersected two significant mineralized intervals including 237.81 grams per tonne gold over 7.02 metres from 139.83 metres downhole within the Viper zone, stepping-out below the previous FA-17-07 and FA-17-17 intersections.
Drill-hole FA-17-27 intersected 122.25 g/t gold over 4.73 metres from 130.12 metres downhole within the Habanero zone with a higher-grade sub-interval of 362.83 g/t gold over 1.54 metres.
FA-17-25 intersected two significant mineralized intervals including 4.20 g/t gold over 9.29 metres from 118.04 metres downhole with a higher-grade sub-interval of 7.83 g/t gold over 4.58 metres.
To date, 33 exploration drill holes totaling 6,348 metres have been completed at Fenelon in 2017. The current drilling followed up previous 2017 Wallbridge drilling on the west extension target where drill hole FA-17-07 intersected three mineralized zones including 141.16 g/t gold over 7.06 metres in the Viper zone (see Wallbridge press release dated April 18, 2017) and FA-17-17 intersecting four mineralized zones including 311.08 g/t gold over 3.06 metres, also in the Viper zone (see Wallbridge press release dated Sept. 5, 2017).
Mineralization remains open along strike and to depth and follow-up drilling is planned as part of the pending bulk sample for which permits are expected this year.
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