MAS Gold Corp. (TSXV: MAS) today provided a final rundown of assay results from the 2021 winter core drill program at the company’s Preview-North Property in the La Ronge Gold Belt, Saskatchewan. 10 holes were completed, drilling an aggregate 2,502.5 metres.
Drill results outlined a 130 meter down dip extension of the mineralized horizon, reaching a depth of approximately 180 meters below surface. Highlights from the program include:
- Hole NL21-054: 117.0 metres assayed at an average of 1.249 g/t gold.
- Hole NL21-057: 98.1 metres assayed at an average of 1.003 g/t gold.
- Hole NL21-061: 85.4 metres assayed at an average of 0.741 g/t gold.
- Hole NL21-058: 119.0 metres assayed at an average of 1.080 g/t gold.
2021’s winter program was created to broaden the current North Lake inferred resource estimate. It succeeded in expanding known mineralization down dip between 30 and 50 meters, and by 150 metres to the west-southwest.
The company is now in the process of starting mobilization to the North Lake deposit, where a 5,000 metre drill program is to be conducted, which is part of the firms summer 2021 exploration program. The company is also conducting geology, prospecting, and geochemical programs to expand known footprints of mineralization, and develop drill targets for a winter drill program.
MAS Gold Corp. last traded on the TSX Venture at CAD$0.12.
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