ONTARIO – St Andrew Goldfields (SAS) of Toronto updated results of its underground drilling program with the good news that a 12.4-metres section of core assayed 22.57 g/t Au from hole T220-022, and a 4.80-metre section assayed 12.49 g/t from hole T220-023. The core was taken from the 1004 lens of the West Porphyry zone at the Taylor gold project 50 km east of Timmins.
Cut to 30 g/t the best holes were T220-022 (18.13 g/t over 12.4 metres, including 22.37 g/t over 9.9 metres), T220-023 (11.50 g/t over 4.8 metres), and T220-029 (7.97 g/t over 4.2 metres). The company said true widths are expected to range from 85% to 95% of the core length.
SAS said recent drilling has given it a better understanding of both the geological and structural setting. It has also extended the mineralization in the 1004 lens an extra 25 metres to the east.
It has been six or seven years since the Taylor resource estimate was updated. Visit SASGoldMines.com and watch for more recent information.