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Drill holes FMTC 1341 and 1344 were inclined at -51º and -56º and oriented at azimuth 066º and 075º respectively. They are located on two profiles (Section lines 4 and 5, link to plan) of holes about 100 metres apart and were drilled to test the massive sulphide high-sulphidation mineralization at Cukaru Peki that was previously intersected in the FMTC 1213, 1223 and 1224 (all vertical, and previously reported).
In both holes the base of the Miocene sedimentary cover sequence was intersected at approximately 240.0 metres, and the base of the Upper Cretaceous sedimentary rocks were intersected at 554.6 (FMTC 1341) and 571.0 metres (FMTC 1341). These intercepts correlate very well with the sections interpreted from the earlier drill holes.
The massive sulphide mineralization in FMTC 1341 is separated from the overlying marls by only 2.4 metres of andesite breccia, which is interpreted to be a fault breccia. High-grade copper gold mineralization is continuous from 557.0 to 616.8 metres (Table 1). The copper-gold values range from 3.93% CuEq (579.0 - 580.0 metres, average content 0.57% copper, 5.60 g/t gold) to 48.35% CuEq (593.0 to 594.0 metres, average content 41.69% copper, 11.10 g/t gold). The mineralization consists of massive and commonly brecciated fine-grained pyrite, and veinlets, breccia matrix fill, and disseminations of covellite and minor bornite and enargite as the principal copper-bearing sulphide minerals. The underlying section from 616.8 to 723.0 metres is continuously mineralized (average 4.50% CuEq, with 2.40% copper and 3.50g/t gold) and consists of hydrothermally altered (advanced argillic to argillic) and brecciated andesites with veinlets, aggregations and disseminations of pyrite and covellite with minor bornite and enargite.
FMTC 1344 intersected about 55 metres of volcaniclastics and brecciated andesites under the Upper Cretaceous marls before penetrating the copper-gold mineralization at 625.6 metres that continues to 754.1 metres, and includes two zones of higher grade mineralization (Table 1). The mineralization consists of veinlets and disseminations of covellite with minor bornite and enargite in brecciated,, altered (advanced argillic) and pyritised andesite, then passes into zones of high grade mineralization consisting of fine-grained and brecciated massive pyrite with covellite with minor bornite and enargite.
Drill holes FMTC 1220, 1221 and 1330
Drill hole FMTC 1220 was collared at the same location as FMTC 1217 (584.0 to 684.0 metres, for 100.0 metres with an average grade of 4.31% CuEq, 3.17% copper and 1.91 g/t gold, see News Release October 12, 2012), but is vertical. The stratigraphic intercepts correlate well with the other holes on Section line 4 (link to plan). A thin zone of pyrite-covellite mineralization was intersected from 672.9 to 675.8 for 2.9 metres with average 5.27% CuEq (average 3.16% copper and 3.37 g/t gold) may represent the
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