Tigrai Onlne - March 12, 2014
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA- Tigray Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:TIG) ("Tigray" or the "Company") is pleased to announce diamond drill results from an initial program designed to test 160 metres of strike length at the Da Tambuk Gold Prospect on the Adyabo Project in Ethiopia.
Diamond drilling on 80 metre sections has intersected gold mineralization in each of four holes completed, with results including 19.53 metres at 3.51 grams per tonne gold (ADD001) and 5 metres at 40.97 grams per tonne gold (ADD002). These results follow on from the successful first pass drilling at Mato Bula (refer to Tigray's news release dated July 16, 2013), located approximately 4km along strike to the SSW. Additional diamond drilling was also completed at Terakimti, and a suite of trench results were received for Da Tambuk and additional Tigray prospects.
Drilling at Da Tambuk has tested the down dip extent of surface gold mineralization defined by geochemical and trench sampling (trench sampling [ADT004] at Da Tambuk yielded 16 metres at 3.95 grams per tonne gold, including 4 metres at 14.53 grams per tonne gold - refer to Tigray's news release dated July 16, 2013). The drill results include:
The system remains open along strike in both directions and at depth.
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