Discovery Metals reports 'one of the best-ever intercepts'
Today Discovery Metals (TSX-V: DSV) announced results from four diamond drill holes targeting bulk-tonnage mineralization in the south corridor at its flagship Cordero project located in Chihuahua State, Mexico.
Cordero is located on the eastern edge of the Sierra Madre Occidental mountains in the northern part of the Central Mexican Silver Belt, Mexico’s premier porphyry and carbonate replacement deposit district. Mineralization at Cordero is similar in nature to well-known nearby bulk tonnage precious metals mines and projects.
CEO Taj Singh touted the drill result.
“Hole C20-343 returned one of the best-ever intercepts at Cordero. The fact that it came from the South Corridor, an area of the deposit that has seen significantly less drilling, is even more encouraging. The remarkably long intercept begins at shallow depth and includes multiple zones of high-grade mineralization, including an interval of 112.3 m averaging 247 g/t AgEq1," said Singh.
“Initial drilling in our Phase 1 program has been successful in defining a higher-grade bulk-tonnage domain in the North Corridor with a strike extent of over 1.5 km. While this domain remains open along strike and at depth, the focus of our drill targeting for additional bulk-tonnage mineralization has now shifted to the South Corridor. The drills are now targeting areas of the deposit where there are significant gaps in previous drilling in order to efficiently grow the pit-constrained higher-grade resource at Cordero. Our initial results show tremendous promise and we look forward to follow-up drilling in the South Corridor.”