West Red lake Gold Mines (CSE: RLG) has completed its ten drill hole drilling program at its flagship West Red lake property in Ontario Canada. The drill program, which currently awaits assay results, drilled a total of 3,187.5 metres.
The drill program was designed to follow up and expand on positive results the company has previously had within the NT Zone, a zone which extends for two kilometres on the firms property. A previous drill program included a total of twelve drill holes on the property that delivered promising results for further gold mineralization. The latest drilling was conducted below and along strike to the north-east of the previous program, covering a distance of 450 metres, with the intent of extending mineralization along strike and depth.
“Exploration drilling has identified two highly silicified zones that are several metres wide and trend along strike within the central portion of the 2 km long NT Zone. The two parallel zones are well mineralized and spaced a few metres apart. The good geological continuity of the two central zones bodes well for future exploration work at the NT Zone over the coming months and years.”John Kontak, President of West Red Lake Gold
Of note is that this recent drilling took place nearby where West Red Lake’s nieghbour, Trillium Gold Mines (TSXV: TGM) recently announced that it to is conducting a 3,000 metre drill program as well given recent promising results in the region – showcasing how fruitful this zone just might be.
Samples from the recently completed drilling were sent to SGS Mineral Services in Red Lake for assay. Results from the program are to be released once all data has been received and compiled by the company.
West Red Lake Gold Mines last traded at $0.18 on the CSE.
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