Canamex Resources Corp. (TSXV:CSQ,OTCQX:CNMXF,FWB,CX6) reported ongoing results from revers circulation drilling at its Bruner Gold Project in Nevada. Drill results are from the Penelas East Zone at the project.
As quoted in the press release:
Reverse circulation drill hole B-1436, drilled at the open northern extension of the Penelas East Zone, intersected 9.1 metres (30 feet) grading 11.9 g/tonne Au (0.347 oz/ton Au) at the bottom of the hole from 228.6-237.7 metres (750-780 feet) depth. Unfortunately, the hole bottomed at 237.7 metres (780 feet) in 25.9 g/tonne Au (0.755 oz/ton Au) material from 236.2-237.7 metres (775-780 feet). The full extent of this mineralized zone remains untested and will be the target of follow-up drilling. The rock type encompassing the high grade mineralization is a bi-lithic breccia similar to the host rock identified in core in previous drilling within the nearby Penelas East Zone. These drill results suggest the potential presence of a new, deeper, gold bearing breccia body.
Canamex president and interim CEO, Greg Hahn, said:
We remain impressed by the diverse geologic environments where we are discovering gold on the Bruner Project. While this challenges our geologic team to understand the geology fully, it encourages us to continue drilling to fully flesh out the extent of these gold intercepts and the potential resources