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Angkor Gold Corp. (TSXV:ANK) reported drill results from nine diamond drill holes from a Phase I program completed at the Pheap Vein, located at the Banlung North Tenement in Cambodia. In total 12 holes were drilled.

Angkor Gold Corp. (TSXV:ANK) reported drill results from nine diamond drill holes from a Phase I program completed at the Pheap Vein, located at the Banlung North Tenement in Cambodia. In total 12 holes were drilled.

As quoted in the press release:

A total of 289m, for 12 diamond drill holes ranging from 16.7 to 30.0m were drilled in the northwest of the Katieng intrusive margin, all of which intersected two continuous epithermal gold veins, over a 100m strike section of the Pheap vein artisanal workings. The drilling was based on field mapping and significant assay results from surface rocks collected in the illegal mining area.

Results are as follows:

Mike Weeks, CEO of Angkor, commented:

We are very encouraged by the results of the drilling at Katieng. The holes were drilled to shallow depths and encountered several veins in what appears to be the end of a broad spread of a horse tail with veins branching out close to the surface, indicated by high grade gold in narrow intersections. There are potentially larger veins at depth where there is less branching (or horse tailing).

Click here to read the full Angkor Gold Corp. (TSXV:ANK) press release.

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