Continental Gold Ltd. (TSX:CNL,OTCQX:CGOOF) announced the results from 13 diamond drill holes and underground sampling at the Yaraguá vein system, commenting that high-grade gold was drilled in the Eastern Yaraguá system.
The work was completed as part of Continental’s 2013 exploration at the Colombia-based Buriticá project.
As quoted in the press release:
Four holes (BUUY191, BUUY196, BUUY181 and BUUY186) were drilled from underground to the southeast to test southern vein families of the eastern-most part of the Yaraguá system. Each of these drill-holes intersected high grades to the east of and/or below the current Yaraguá mineral resource envelope, with intercepts including:
- 36.48 metres @ 9.4 g/t gold and 43 g/t silver, including 1.8 metres @ 34.8 g/t gold and 61 g/t silver plus 2.6 metres @ 36.3 g/t gold and 47 g/t silver (BUUY191, elevation of 1,259 metres);
- 0.5 metres @ 122.5 g/t gold and 70 g/t silver (BUUY196, elevation of 1,184 metres);
- 1.2 metres @ 10.8 g/t gold and 279 g/t silver (BUSY181, elevation of 1,339 metres); and
- 1.3 metres @ 8.2 g/t gold and 91 g/t silver (BUUY186, elevation of 1,226 metres).