Trevali Mining (TSX:TV, Stock Forum) announced today that the company is continuing with Phase II drilling on its Stratmat zinc-lead-silver deposit located in the Bathurst Mining Camp of New Brunswick, Canada. Drilling activities continue to define multiple zones of base-metal-rich massive sulfide mineralization.
Results from eight holes were release today, which in combination with historical data, has given the company a better understanding of the local geology and an enhanced 3D interpretation of the mineral system geometry.
This improved understanding has led to the identification of additional high-priority targets both near-surface and at depth within the S1 zone. Follow-up drilling is expected to resume in June-July in an effort to expand mineralization continuity towards surface.
According to the news release, highlights from the assay results included, 116.39 g/t silver, 10.13% zinc, 5.50% lead over 4.22 metres at ST-757, 63.36 g/t silver, 7.45% zinc, 2.65% lead over 6.26 metres at ST-758, and 54.97 g/t silver, 6.65% zinc, 3.13% lead over 5.71 metres at ST-760.
Trevali was in the news recently when the company reported high-grade drill results from the Santandar Mine at the beginning of June.
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