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BASE METAL EXPLORATION – Zone at Tulks South returns minable grades

NEWFOUNDLAND - Vancouver-based MESSINA MINERALS is drilling its Tulks South property in the central part of the isl...


NEWFOUNDLAND – Vancouver-based MESSINA MINERALS is drilling its Tulks South property in the central part of the island as it prepares a resource estimate. Best results from the Domino massive sulphide zone included 0.04% Cu, 3.00% Pb, 6.60% Zn, 82.00 g/t Ag and 0.70 g/t Au over 23.65 m. This is the best intersection yet reported from the property. Another hole assayed 0.40% Cu, 3.70% Pb, 7.10% Zn, 104.00 g/t Ag and 0.60 g/t Au over 5.15 m. The third hole reported by Messina intersected 3.43 m of 0.30% Cu, 0.30% Pb, 2.00% Zn, 10.00 g/t Ag and no significant gold.

The company says the Domino zone dips steeply at approximately 85, as does the adjacent Boomerang massive sulphide deposit. Domino lies at approximately 500 m below surface and is now interpreted to lie as close as 75 m beneath the bottom of the Boomerang deposit on section 3200E. The true thickness of reported Domino intervals is undetermined and the zone remains open along strike on either end.

Maps are available on Messina’s website at www.MessinaMinerals.com.


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