Alpha Minerals Inc. (TSXV:AMW) and its 50-50 Joint Venture partner, Fission Uranium Corp, released results for an additional eight holes drilled on the R390E zone on the Patterson Lake South (PLS) property in the Athabasca Basin. Highlights include holes PLS13-095 and PLS13-102 with 61.5m (within 61.5m to 158.5m depth interval) and 59.0m (within 93.0m to 186m depth interval) total composite mineralization respectively, including narrow intervals of “off-scale” radioactivity. The R390E zone has more than quadrupled in length since the winter 2013 program.
As quoted in the press release:
Drilling Highlights include:
- Increased strike length of the R390E zone from 60m at the end of the winter 2013 drill program to presently 255m and remains open
- The width of the R390E zone also remains open with line (390E) showing a width of over 40m
- PLS13-095 (line 300E) intersected 61.5m total composite mineralization within a 97.0m section (61.5m to 158.5m), including narrow intervals of off-scale
- PLS13-102 (line 300E) intersected 59.0m total composite mineralization within a 93.0m section (93.0m to 186.0m), including narrow intervals of off-scale