More high grade gold at Salt Creek

15 October 2007 | 04:52 Code : 15633 Geoscience events
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Further high-grade gold drill intercepts from shallow depths have been discovered....

  Further high-grade gold drill intercepts from shallow depths have been discovered at the Salt Creek gold discovery in Integra Mining’s 100% owned Randalls Project.Wide and high-grade gold intercepts from shallow depths include 34m at 3.42 g/t gold including 9m at 7.00 g/t gold and 2m at 10.36 g/t gold in drill hole SKRC073; 31m at 2.63 g/t gold in drill hole SKRC051; 9m at 3.20 g/t gold; and 9m at 3.12 g/t gold in drill hole SKRC052.Additionally, geologic observation of RC drill chips for the two southeast most 80-metre spaced drill sections completed to date (drill holes 63 to 66 and 88 to 91 - assays pending) indicates that mineralisation continues to the southeast and a further two 80-metre drill sections have been prepared for RC drilling.Subsequent to the company’s recent announcement regarding the aircore gold anomaly in the Red Dale tenement, in-fill aircore drilling has been completed on 80m spaced lines with 40m spaced aircore drill holes. “The results from this drilling have confirmed, upgraded and extended the previous aircore gold anomalies,” said the company’s managing director Chris Cairns. “An RC drill rig has commenced first-pass RC drilling of the anomalies with a second RC drill rig expected to commence at Red Dale this week.”A large volume of assay results are pending for RC drilling completed to date at the Salt Creek gold discovery.

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