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The company said the completed results from DDH18-SD-421 reinforce that drilling has intersected consistently stronger and more pervasive mineralization than historically encountered at Stardust by previous operators.

Sun Metals (TSXV:SUNM) has announced the full mineralized intersection from diamond drill hole DDH18-SD-421 at its Stardust project in north-central British Columbia has now been completely assayed, and has returned a total 100-metre intersection grading 2.51 percent copper, 3.03 grams per tonne (g/t) gold, and 52.5 g/t silver for a 4.99 percent copper equivalent.

The company said the completed results from DDH18-SD-421 reinforce that drilling has intersected consistently stronger and more pervasive mineralization than historically encountered at Stardust by previous operators. The results further validate the company is successfully tracking a major mineralizing fluid pathway toward the heart of this high-grade system.

As quoted in the press release:

New results include 29.1 metres of mineralization, grading 3.35 percent copper, 4.29 g/t gold and 65.7 g/t silver. This intersect is downhole from Stardust’s previously reported best ever intercept. The 100-metre intersect also includes 22.8 metres of mineralized skarn alteration in the hanging wall of the massive sulphide that averages more than 1 percent copper equivalent. The mineralized interval in drill hole DDH18-SD-421 is in a newly identified mineralized area, outside of the current 43-101 resource estimate.

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