Tournigan Drills More High Grade Uranium at Kuriskova

- November 9th, 2009

Tournigan Energy Ltd. reports its results from the first seven drill holes of its ongoing infill and step out drilling program at the Kuriskova uranium deposit, Slovakia. These seven holes are expected to upgrade the resource in the northern part of the deposit by moving more pounds of uranium into the Indicated Resource category at higher … Continued

Tournigan Energy Ltd. reports its results from the first seven drill holes of its ongoing infill and step out drilling program at the Kuriskova uranium deposit, Slovakia.

These seven holes are expected to upgrade the resource in the northern part of the deposit by moving more pounds of uranium into the Indicated Resource category at higher grade than the current Inferred Resource. In addition, they will likely add to the resource in the northeastern part of the deposit. The mineralization remains open to the north and further stepout drilling will continue to test for extensions to this high-grade mineralization.

Dorian L. (Dusty) Nicol, Tournigan’s President and CEO says:

“We are encouraged by these high grade drill intercepts and by the potential to upgrade the overall size and grade of the Kuriskova deposit.”  “The positive results from these drill holes validate the decision to continue advancing the project through a prefeasibility study.”

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