Prospect generator Riverside Resources (TSXV: RRI) has launched into a 2,000-metre drill campaign with partner Centerra Gold (TSX: CG; US-OTC: CAGDF) at their Glor gold project, 8 km west of Alamos Gold’s (TSX: AGI; NYSE: AGI) El Chanate gold mine in Sonora, Mexico.
The partners aim to test the shallow depth extensions of the project’s Pitaya target, a zone of stockwork and disseminated oxide gold mineralization that extends at least 500 metres north-south and 160 metres east-west at surface.
The first hole will be drilled between two trenches that returned 105 metres of 0.49 g/t gold and 84 metres of 0.53 g/t gold, whereas the other four holes would test the eastern extensions of the zone.
Riverside’s president and CEO John-Mark Staude tells The Northern Miner in an interview that Pitaya is one of five, largely undrilled targets across the 49 km2 property.
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