Metanor Resources TSXV-MTO has provided an update on the continuing underground drilling program at its Bachelor Mine.
Four drills are currently active underground, which has resulted in over 5,500 metres of drilling per month in the last four months, of which an average of 1,600 metres per month was exploration drilling. Since the last drilling update released March 31, 2014, Metanor has drilled the A vein, Hewfran East and the B vein, and the results are summarized in the attached table. Results from the forth drill, on level 14, are now being compiled.
The drill results in the B vein on Level 10 confirm the expansion of the vein above Level 10 up to Level 8. The drilling in the A vein also confirmed the expansion of that vein between Level 6 and 10. The drilling in the Hewfran zone allowed the discovery of a parallel vein south of the Hewfran East vein on Level 8. Some results identified by a question mark cannot be linked to an existing vein and are being interpreted by the geologists. All these new zones are being added to the original resource published in 2011. Because of the proximity of the A vein to the current infrastructure, the mining of this vein will start in the coming months.
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