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GOLD: SAS cuts significant mineralization at Taylor project

ONTARIO – The intercepts from underground drilling at the Taylor gold project 50 km east of Timmins are long and strong, according to St Andrew Goldfields (SAS) of Toronto. Significant assays include 16.62 g/t Au over 19.4 metres (11.95...



ONTARIO – The intercepts from underground drilling at the Taylor gold project 50 km east of Timmins are long and strong, according to St Andrew Goldfields (SAS) of Toronto. Significant assays include 16.62 g/t Au over 19.4 metres (11.95 g/t cut), including 24.93 g/t Au over 12.6 metres (17.73 g/t cut), and 26.21 g/t Au over 10.3 metres (9.63 g/t cut).

SAS drilled 19 holes collared from a drill bay in the ramp development project at the 220m level. The holes were targeted along the easterly strike extension of the 1004 lens within the West Porphyry zone (WPZ). The ramp is expected to reach the 1004 lens towards the end of Q3 2014 and a bulk sampling program is planned thereafter.

It has been several years since the Taylor resource estimate was updated. Visit SASGoldMines.com and watch for an update.