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Red Rock see potential from Ivory Coast sampling programme

By BFN News | 12:28 PM | Wednesday 25 March, 2015


Red Rock Resources, the mining and exploration company with gold interests in Colombia, Kenya and Ivory Coast has reported that its gold and manganese exploration licences in Ivory Coast a number of quality gold anomalies have been identified at Dabakala. These have come from the preliminary reconnaissance soil geochemical sampling programme. Chairman, Andrew Bell, commented: "We have so far only scratched the surface with this, our first sampling programme in Côte d'Ivoire. "Given the thick regolith, the compositing of samples, and the wide 2 km line spacing, we were willing to consider the slightest anomaly, even of arsenic, as justifying follow-up by detailed sampling of the vicinity, but the sampling has resulted in some anomalies that our technical team regard as excellent and that are backed-up with a solid geological and structural story. "These results provide support for our move into a country and area that has not seen the application of modern-day exploration techniques but where significant potential to make a new gold discovery exists." At 12:28pm: (LON:RRR) Red Rock Resources PLC share price was 0p at 0.09p Story provided by StockMarketWire.com

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