Rokmaster Resources Update on Revel Ridge Resource
Rokmaster Resources Corporation has reported initial positive assay results from its ongoing drill program at the Revel Ridge polymetallic gold-silver Project which
Rokmaster Resources Corporation has reported initial positive assay results from its ongoing drill program at the Revel Ridge polymetallic gold-silver Project which demonstrate the continuity of gold mineralization in the Revel Ridge Main Zone. The Revel Ridge project is strategically located in south central British Columbia in an area of year-round road access and excellent infrastructure 35 km north of Revelstoke.
DDH RR20-11 assays 5.09 g/t AuEq over 8.37 metres. DDH RR20-11 conclusively demonstrates that significant gold mineralization exists external to the current resource area and remains open.
Drilling targeted mineralization external to the existing resource area to test continuity of gold rich mineralization
>6,200 m of drilling in 20 NQ diamond drill holes completed to date.
Drilling is ongoing and further results are pending from 19 holes.
Reported widths of mineralization are drill hole intervals or core length recovered. Insufficient data exists to permit the calculation of true widths of the reported mineralized interval at this time.
DDH RR20-11 intersected the RRMZ mineralization approximately 90 metres down dip from the last hole drilled on this sectional plane and together with results of DDH RR20-12 suggests that, on this section, RRMZ mineralization forms a near continuous mineralized sheet with a currently known down-dip extent exceeding 600 metres. DDH RR20-11 samples were rushed ahead of other samples for assay to guide and delineate additional down dip step-out holes planned outside the defined current resource areas.
John Mirko, President and CEO and Rokmaster, commented: "Rokmaster's technical team continues to be impressed with the style and strength of mineralization associated with the RRMZ which is a structurally controlled, orogenic, gold enriched sulphide system with exceptional continuity. Macroscale characteristics of mineralization within the RRMZ give no indication that system is weakening at depth as the style and form of mineralization over the 600 vertical metres above the DDH RR20-11 pierce point is effectively identical."