Trading Symbol RCR: TSX-V
SUDBURY, ON, Feb. 10 /CNW/ - Rockcliff Resources Inc. (RCR: Tier 1 TSX-V)
is pleased to announce that drilling has commenced at its Snow Lake Project
located in central Manitoba. Rockcliff intends to complete approximately
3,000 m of drilling in a total of approximately 20 holes. A minimum total of
six untested VTEM and DPEM anomalies will be tested in the program. The
anomalies are associated with geological environments that are prospective for
VMS and nickel mineralization.
Rockcliff's 3,000 m winter drill program will focus on new untested VTEM
geophysical anomalies and on an untested DPEM anomaly all of which were
identified in Rockcliff's 2008 geophysical programs completed on the project.
A total of six targets, three VMS and three nickel, are planned to be drill
tested in this program with approximately 20 NQ drill holes. The geophysical
anomalies have continuous strike lengths of between 100 to 500 meters long.
Once assays are obtained from the lab they will be distributed to the
Rockcliff Resources Inc.
Rockcliff Resources Inc. is a Canadian resource exploration company
focused on the Snow Lake VMS Project located in central Manitoba. The project
totals in excess of 1,400 km(2) and is located within the prolific Flin Flon
greenstone belt. The project presently includes five historical VMS deposits
(Lon, Rail, Reed, Kof, Sylvia) and numerous additional areas with potential
for VMS and nickel mineralization. Rockcliff also controls the Shihan VMS
Project located in Northern Ontario.
For further information:
For further information: please visit our website at
www.rockcliffresources.com or contact Ken Lapierre, P.Geo., President and CEO
of Rockcliff Resources Inc. at (705) 688-9800 or at