Cresval Capital Corp. has reported that it has completed the 2011 diamond drill program at its 100% owned Bridge River Project located 40 km northwest of Gold Bridge in southwestern British Columbia.
The 11,127 hectare Bridge River Project covers the 5 by 14 km Bridge River pluton, prospective for the discovery of a bulk-minable, copper-molybdenum-gold deposit.
The 2011 drill program consisted of 2135 meters of NQ size core in 8 diamond drill holes testing the Russnor Breccia and the Copper Plateau zones. Previous results from the Russnor Breccia include 1.38% Cu over 30.5m from an old adit, 0.57% Cu over 60m and 1.00% Cu over 16.2m from the canyon of Thunder Creek, and 0.30% Cu over 36.6m from limited drilling. Copper Plateau, with maximum soil values of 4120 ppm Cu, 75 ppb Au, and 457 ppm Mo, covers a 450 by 550m copper in soil anomaly (open to the copper bearing cliffs on the south and open to the east) with results of 0.49% Cu over 4.5m and 0.84% Cu over 2.8m from hand trenching, limited by the length of the trenches.
All core samples were logged and split on site and shipped directly to the laboratory. Drill core is being analyzed by ALS Chemex Labs Ltd. of North Vancouver, British Columbia, an ISO certified laboratory (some samples initially sent to Eco Tech Laboratory Ltd. in Kamloops, British Columbia who was subsequently acquired by ALS Chemex) The core is being analyzed for gold and 35 element ICP. A comprehensive system of standards, blanks, and field duplicates was implemented in the 2011 drill program. Final analytical results will be released as assay data becomes available.