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First Gold Intersects 1.43% Li2O, 2,966 G/T Rubidium, 171 ppm Ta2O5, 140 ppm Beryllium, 66 ppm Gallium and 117 ppm Cesium Over 13.55 Metres in Hole LR-10-45

By Resource Investing News on 07/23/2010 – 9:00 pm PDTLeave a Comment

First Gold Exploration Inc. (TSX VENTURE:EFG) (FRANKFURT:F12)reported the most recent drill results for the Lac Pivert/Rose project. The table below shows the results for holes LR-10-43, LR-10-45, LR-10-46 and LR-10-48, drilled to test the extension of the zones to the east. All these holes intersected mineralized zones over consistent thicknesses.

The press release is quoted as saying:

These positive results demonstrate the continuity and consistency of the lithium, tantalum, rubidium, beryllium, gallium and cesium values. The Company is receiving laboratory results every day now, having recently submitted samples from over 30 holes; these results will be released in the coming weeks. The Company is also pleased to report that more than 87 holes have been drilled to date, and that the mineralized zones have been intersected in every hole and appears to thicken going east.

Click here to access the entire press release

Click here to access First Gold Exploration Inc. Corporate Site

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