Tudor Gold Inc. (TUD:TSX.V; TDRRF:OTCMKTS; TUC:FSE) announced in a news release that its phase 1 drilling in the Goldstorm zone of its flagship Treaty Creek project yielded encouraging results.
The best near-surface intercept obtained so far at the Golden Triangle property in British Columbia came from diamond hole GS19-42, one of the first three drilled. The others were GS19-40 and GS19-41.
GS19-42 returned values of 33.51 grams per ton (33.51 g/t) gold, 1,154 g/t silver, 2.89% copper, 5.96% lead and 1.89% zinc over a 1.5 meter (1.5m) interval from 209.5–211m.
GS19-42 also returned a near-surface interval of 370.5m containing 1.095 g/t gold, including an interval of 252m containing 1.268 g/t gold within 780m containing 0.683 g/t gold. It extended the Goldstorm zone mineralization by another 150 meters along strike.
"The Goldstorm system continues to grow rapidly along strike to the northeast and towards the footwall contact zone to the southeast," Exploration Manager Ken Konkin said in the release.
The phase one results prompted Tudor to engage a second drill, which is already at work on phase two of the planned drill program. One of its aims is to test for extension of the Goldstorm zone further to the northeast.[NLINSERT]
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