Pitchstone Receives Marble Ridge Uranium Analyses
March 30, 2011
• Up to 219 ppm U3O8 + 167 ppm V2O5 over 3 meters
• Marble Ridge Zone now Defined by 20 Drill Holes
Pitchstone Exploration Ltd. (TSX-V: PXP; “Pitchstone”) announces that analytical results have been received from a recently completed reverse circulation drilling program at the Marble Ridge zone. Marble Ridge is a zone of calcrete-hosted uranium mineralization on the Dome property in Namibia. The property location relative to the nearby Rössing and Langer Heinrich uranium mines, and other uranium occurrences in the Erongo region, is illustrated on Pitchstone’s website (www.pitchstone.net).Twenty eight drill holes were completed in the February 2011 program to follow up on results from drilling in 2010 that intersected a horizontal, near surface layer of uranium and vanadium mineralization in calcrete (see February 28, 2011 news release).
Twelve of the recently completed drill holes were mineralized, bringing the total number of mineralized intersections to date at Marble Ridge to 20. The table below lists all of the mineralized intervals, including those drilled prior to February, 2011.
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