Mr. Paul Dumas, President of Bowmore, stated "We are very pleased with this recent transaction providing the Company with additional property within the mineral rich province of Newfoundland. The La Scie Gold property and the recently acquired claim bloc add excellent value to our existing portfolio and great potential for new discovery in an unexplored area. This transaction complements our continued efforts in increasing our asset base and becoming an important gold exploration company in Canada.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
The property is easily accessible by the La Scie highway (Route 414) to the town of La Scie and further by logging roads and ATV trails. The 11,375 hectares property cover the entire Baie Verte peninsula and the area has long been the focus of mining and exploration for copper and gold, dating back to the 1850's and primarily the 1980's, respectively. The rock lying to the east of the Baie Verte line belongs to the Baie Verte Belt which is part of the Dunnage Tectonostratigraphic Zone. The eastern-most area of the property has been under explored since efforts were mostly done along the Baie Verte line and the Bett's Cove Complex.
The area is predominantly composed of subaerial mafic to felsic volcanics and minor sediments of the Silurian Cape St-John Group that were intruded by quartz-feldspar porphyry as well as gabbros, per alkaline syenite and porphyritic granite, interpreted to be of the same intrusive complex. These rocks sit uncomformably atop submarine calc-alkaline volcanics and sediments which host the former producers of Bett's Cove (7,112 tonnes Cu), Tilt Cove (489,600 tonnes Cu and 42,425 oz. Au) and Nugget Pond (115,830 oz. Au).
Bowmore collected 43 whole rock and chip samples on the Western and the Central blocks of La Scie Gold properties to corroborate the gold showings within the property and to verify additional gold showings.
Sampling returned values of 0.14g/t Au over a true width of 7 meters obtained from a quartz stockwork containing minor amount of pyrite, hosted within felsic volcanic flows. The center of the zone returned values of 56.5 g/t Au over 2 meters.
A new zone was discovered that returned 0.91g/t Au over 6 meters within a northeast-trending shear zone 6-8 m wide by 15-20 m long, hosted by a felsic volcanic unit.
The anomalous gold values recently found are very encouraging due to the fact that the entire land package is virtually unexplored.
All the assays were analyzed at EASTERN ANALYTICAL Ltd laboratories (http://www.easternanalytical.ca/) located in Springdale, Newfoundland. Results were obtained by standard 30 g Au fire assay AA finish and ICP-OE analysis of 30 elements from a 0.5g subsample dissolved in hot aqua-regia. In order to secure the accuracy of the results, Eastern Analytical Lab used 4 duplicates, 2 standards and 2 blanks during the process of analysis of the 43 samples.
Jean-Marie Pronovost, P. Geo is the Qualified Person who has reviewed this news release and is responsible for the technical information reported herein.
BOWMORE is a Canadian exploration mining company focused on precious metal exploration in Canada and Mexico. The Company trades on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol "BOW". For further information on BOWMORE, visit www.bowmorexploration.com
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