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Eagle Star Reports Results from Two Additional Phosphate Pits at Bomfim Hill

Eagle Star Minerals Corp. ("Eagle Star" or "the Company") is pleased to announce hand held XRF results from two additional pits at the north portion of PZE which have yet again confirmed high-grade phosphate throughout the area. Pit-09 returned 17.75% P2O5 over a 4 meter intersection from surface and remains still open in depth.

Bomfim Pits 1 to 10

Exploration on the pit was restricted due to hard material limiting further manual digging beyond 4 meters. Pit-10 returned 1m @ 14.33% P2O5 starting from 4 meters and is also open in depth. Pits 8, 9 and 10 are aligned along a strike of 180 meters and based upon their results, mineralization appears to extend beyond the 1.2 kilometer strike previously announced Jan 8th, 2013.

To view Bomfim Pits 1 to 10 please click on the following link:

XRF readings were collected systematically following recommended procedures of the manufacturer, Innov-X Systems. Pits are channel sampled along meter intervals and for each sample three readings are collected and averaged. Prior to analysis, the sample collected is homogenized, dried (using microwave oven) and manually crushed to fine grain. The composite grade for the pit is reached by weighted averaging of the values obtained for each sample. The handheld XRF analyzer is an Olympus Delta model and was calibrated according to Innov-X Systems in-house calibration procedure. The Company conducts field XRF analysis using industry recognized sample preparation and analysis protocols, and has conducted sufficient quality control using the XRF method to believe that although the method cannot be relied upon to have the equivalent precision and accuracy of a certified analytical laboratory, the results are of sufficient quality to direct exploration pending analytical laboratory confirmation.


"Bomfim continues to deliver fantastic results. We are now confident that the east side of Bomfim Hill hosts a significant amount of high-grade material which we intend to quantify over the coming months by way of a NI 43-101 resource report," commented Eran Friedlander, President & CEO Eagle Star Minerals Corp. "What's even more intriguing is that we have only begun to fully uncover the potential throughout our claim blocks. The west and central portions of Bomfim Hill as well as additional targets of outcropping high-grade phosphate identified to the north have made it very clear to our technical team that we have just begun to scratch the surface in terms of a high-grade, large tonnage deposit."

John Harrop PGeo., FGS, of Coast Mountain Geological, a qualified person under NI 43-101, reviewed and approved the technical disclosures of this press release on behalf of the company.


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