Rockcliff Metals Corporation has announced the completion of its phase two drill program at the historical Last Hurrah Zone at its Freebeth Property in the Snow Lake mining camp. The Last Hurrah Zone is defined as a near surface, steeply dipping, high grade volcanic massive sulphide lens that is open at depth, to the north and partially the south. They intersected shallow high grade mineralization with 7.2 percent copper equivalent across 1.7 meters, 4.3 percent across 3.0 meters and 3.8 percent across 4.2 meters.
Rockcliff Interim President and CEO Ken Lapierre says their phase two drill program has now identified continuity of VMS mineralization across the strike length of over 350 meters and to depths of up to 300 meters vertical. He adds this Zone is part of their exploration efforts in the Snow Lake region to identify high priority targets near existing mining infrastructure.