White Tiger Mining Corp. (TSXV:WTC,FWB:W0I) announced assay results from five additional core drill holes (RMZ 11-20, 22, 26, 27 & 28).
As quoted in the press release:
All of these drill holes were designed as step out holes to the northwest (for RMZ 11-22, 26, 27 & 28) and to the southeast (for RMZ 11-20) on trend to test the continuity of the mineralization in the “RM Zone South” (formerly referred to as the “Lease Zone”).
To date, all of the Company’s drill holes within the RM Zone South have intersected copper, silver and gold over significant intercepts with the one exception of drill hole RMZ 11-20 which intersected no significant mineralization.
Drill hole RMZ 11-28 (which is the furthest hole to date along the geological trend to the northwest) intercepted near surface a significant 7 metres of 2.5% copper, 8.9 grams/tonne silver and 0.067 grams/tonne gold. The RM Zone South remains open to the northwest and, based on the assay results for drill hole RMZ 11-28, the Company believes that the grades are significantly improving in that direction.