Tudor Gold Hits 1,152 Metres Of 0.741 G/T Gold Equivalent At Treaty Creek

Tudor Gold Corp (TSXV: TUD) this morning released further drill results from its ongoing program at the Treat Creek property, located within the prolific Golden Triangle of BC. Assays from a total of nine holes were reported this morning, with a highlight value of 1,152 meters of 0.741 g/t gold equivalent, which includes an interval of 121.5 metres of 1.561 g/t gold equivalent via hole GS-20-75.

Six drill rigs remain in operation on site as the company looks to further derisk its project, with the nine holes reported this morning having been focused on expanding the Goldstorm System to the northeast and southeast, in addition to depth. The company currently is looking to find the limits of the systems mineralization, however the drilling has yet to define limits or boundaries.

The nine holes released this morning totaled 10,234 metres worth of drilling, with the a further twelve holes representing 12,443 metres yet to be received from the lab. Six additional holes are still being drilled on the property. Currently results have confirmed a 300 metre extension of the 300, CS-600 and DS-5 zones via step out drill GS-20-70.

The company has indicated that it will continue to conduct drilling on the system provided weather conditions permit ongoing exploration. The company is looking to advance the project “as far as possible this year.”

Tudor Gold last traded at $3.24 on the TSX Venture.

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