Rockcliff Copper Corporation has announced drill hole assay results from its ongoing phase two drill program on the Talbot Property near Snow Lake.
Their President Ken Lapierre says drilling the main lens of the Talbot deposit in an area void of drilling has identified excellent grades over thick intervals with 16.1 meters grading 3.5 percent copper equivalent including 3.5 meters grading 5.2 percent copper equivalent. He says drilling will now focus on testing the North Lens Deep Conductive Plate, a recently discovered vertical dipping geophysical target below the Talbot Deposit north lens. Additional geophysics has discovered the Main Lens Conductive Plate, a new untested geophysical target below the main lens as well as the West Talbot Deep Conductive Plate which is a much deeper but larger flat lying target. Lapeirre adds they remain greatly encouraged not only by the consistent high metal grades and increased size potential of the deposit but by the metal potential of the untested stacked conductive plates proximal to the deposit. Drilling will continue until the winter break up.