Sonoro Metals drills 39.6m of 1.007 g/t AuEq at Caliche
SONORO METALS Corp. has released results from the first 13 drill holes from its 10,000metre drill program on the Cerro Caliche project located in the Cucurpe Sonora megadistrict of Sonora, Mexico. Sonoro’s drilling program intersected gold mineralization in near-surface stockwork and sheeted veining envelopes around larger known veins, including 39.6 metres averaging 1.0 gram per tonne gold equivalent and 10.67 metres of 1.54 grams per tonne gold equivalent.
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“The initial results from this first phase of drilling at Cerro Caliche support the veracity of drilling conducted by prior operators within the project area and most notably the work done by Corex,” said Kenneth MacLeod,
president and chief executive officer of Sonoro. “The drilling has further confirmed that mineralization in the Los Japoneses zone remains open in all directions, including at depth.”
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