Thunder Sword Receives MEGATEM Interpretation and Ground Recommendations from Patterson Geophysics on Its Kercher Lake Project in Saskatchewan

    VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, March 21 /CNW/ - Thunder Sword Resources
Inc. ("Thunder Sword" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:THU) is pleased to report
that Patterson Geophysics has completed its interpretation and recommendation
report on Thunder Sword's Kercher Lake Project in the Athabasca Basin in
Saskatchewan. From May 28-June 1, 2006, Fugro Airborne Surveys of Ottawa,
Ontario, conducted an airborne geophysical field program using their
state-of-the-art equipment on the Kercher Lake properties, located
approximately 300 km NNW of the town of La Ronge and 73 km NW of the Key Lake
mine. In total, 731 line-kilometres of MEGATEM electromagnetic and magnetic
survey coverage was completed by Fugro, and four anomalies were identified on
Thunder Sword's ground. Based on Fugro's report, Patterson Geophysics has
proposed two geophysics grids. They are as follows:

    Kercher-James Grid

    The proposed Kercher-James SWTEM grid is designed to cover the strongest
MEGATEM responses over basement conductor 1. Weak but notable late channel
response has been traced for approximately 11 kilometres. It is believed that
this anomaly is controlled by a basement structure. The anomaly is interpreted
as a fault-bounded graphite horizon at or near the unconformity. Previous
drilling in the vicinity of this conductor encountered anomalous uranium
values. Four SWTEM profiles, consisting of four large TEM loops each, are
proposed for the Kercher-James grid. Gravity surveying in this area should use
the same four profile lines (6N, 18N, 30N, 42N) to determine basement
structure. To view the grid map, please visit our website at and look up the release.

    Groat Grid

    The proposed Groat SWTEM grid extends over two weak MEGATEM basement
anomalies (conductor 4) and onto Cree Lake. The magnetic signature in the area
suggests complex local faulting which, in part, coincide with the same
north-east trending fault encountered in Anomaly 1. Gravity (and perhaps
magnetic) surveying is also recommended in this area in order to surmise
basement structure. To view the grid map, please visit our website at and look up the release.

    Thunder Sword is in the process of finalizing a program to complete
ground geophysical follow-up of these anomalies. This program is being worked
on to provide the best opportunity to further develop this property for its
uranium potential. Uranium prices continue to climb, with uranium hitting an
all-time high of $91 per pound.

    Thunder Sword will continue to report on news as it becomes available.
For more information on the Company, please visit their website at

    Stephen B. Butrenchuk, P. Geol., is the Qualified Person as defined by
NI43-101 who has reviewed this news release.

    About Thunder Sword Resources Inc.

    Thunder Sword's primary objective is to identify and develop significant
uranium discoveries in the Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan. Thunder Sword also
operates, under license, the Geermu project, which produces high-purity
magnesium chloride in China, and holds and operates the Pipe Lake gold
property situated in Ontario, which consists of 42 claims.

    Forward-Looking Statements

    This News Release may contain forward-looking statements including, but
not limited to, comments regarding the timing and contents of upcoming work
programs, geophysical, geological interpretations, etc. Forward-looking
statements address future events and conditions and therefore involve inherent
risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ substantially from those
currently anticipated in such statements. Thunder Sword Resources relies on
litigation protection for forward-looking statements.

    Matty Goldstein, Director

    The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept
responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this News Release.

For further information:

For further information: Thunder Sword Resources Inc. Gordon Nesbitt,
Investor Relations, 866-328-3188

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