Canamex Resources (TSXV:CSQ,OTCQX:CNMXF,FWB:CX6) announced that it has received results from samples of core drilling at the Bruner gold project in Nevada. Core Hole B-1446C intersected 22.9 meters grading 3.29 grams per tonne gold from 221.6 meters to 244.5 meters depth. The high grade zone intersected in that hole remains open to the west and north, as does the thick lower grade mineralization encountered in the hole.
According to the press release:
Core drill hole B-1446C, was drilled at the open northern extension of the Penelas East Zone and intersected 22.9 metres (75 feet) grading 3.29 g/tonne Au (0.096 oz/ton Au) from 221.6-244.5 metres (727-802 feet) depth. This zone incorporates a 5.0 foot (1.52 metres) wide, high-grade interval at 237.8-239.3 metres (780-785 feet) grading 37.5 g/tonne (1.094 opt) Au. In addition, several other zones were intersected higher in the hole as referenced in the table below. These intercepts are at the far northern end of drilling at the Penelas East discovery area, and the nearest neighbor drill hole to the north is over 100 meters away. As a result the Penelas East discovery area remains wide open to the north to expansion.
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