- Metals Creek Resources Corp. (MEK) receives additional drill results from its phase III program at the Dona Lake Gold Project
- Hole DL22-027 continues to define high-grade gold mineralization
- Deeper drilling targeting at hole DL22-025 extended high-grade gold mineralization
- Assays are pending for four more drill holes
- Metals Creek Resources Corp. (MEK) is unchanged trading at $0.11 per share as of 1:55 p.m. ET
Metals Creek Resources (MEK) has received additional drill results from its phase III program at the Dona Lake Gold Project.
Results from drill hole DL22-027 continue to define high-grade gold mineralization south of the mine workings at the past-producing Dona Lake Mine.
This hole intersected the main zone below surface and returned a core length intercept of 5.18 grams gold per tonne over 5.33 metres. It was a part of a broader zone of mineralization.
This phase III diamond drill program successfully defined even further additional high-grade gold mineralization south of the Dona Lake Mine workings.
Deeper drilling targeting the main zone below the lowest mine workings extended high-grade gold mineralization down plunge from recently reported drill hole DL22-025, returning a high-grade down hole intercept of 8.11 grams gold per tonne over 9.51 metres.
This hole represents the deepest hole to date on the Dona Lake property with gold mineralization remaining open at depth.
Assays are pending for four drill holes at Dona Lake, results will be released once they are received and compiled. In addition, assays from Ogden drilling will be released once they are received.
The Dona Lake Gold Project was optioned from Newmont Corporation and is in the Pickle Lake Greenstone Belt. The belt is host to several historic mines including the Central Patricia mine and the Pickle Crow mine.
Metals Creek Resources Corp. (MEK) is unchanged trading at $0.11 per share as of 1:55 p.m. ET.