Mr. Barry Brown reports
GGX GOLD’S FIRST 16 CHANNEL SAMPLE RESULTS ALL COME BACK ANOMALOUS FOR GOLD AND SILVER UP TO 6.12 G/T GOLD AND 72.8 G/T SILVER, C.O.D. VEIN (EXPOSED FOR 160 M)
GGX Gold Corp. has received the first batch of channel sample analytical results from the current program of channel sampling along the C.O.D. vein in the Gold Drop Southwest zone. To date trenching has exposed over 160 metres of this vein. The first batch of channel samples came from the southern extent of the C.O.D. vein. The samples, collected across the vein, covered a total of 30 m at approximately 1.5 m intervals. These samples taken across the vein were approximately one m long.
Samples were submitted to ALS Minerals and analyzed for gold by screen metallic fire assay and for 33 elements (including silver) by four acid and ICP-AES. The samples returned significant gold and silver values. All of the samples were anomalous in gold ranging from 0.24 gram per tonne to 6.12 grams per tonne gold. GGX Gold has submitted an additional 52 channel samples for analysis. The company is continuing its sampling program along the C.O.D vein and will be submitting further samples in the days ahead. Samples and corresponding gold and silver analyses from the first batch of channel samples are listed in the table.
The company is currently drilling and will provide an update of drilling activities shortly.
David Martin, PGeo, a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, is responsible for the technical information contained in this news release.
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