Angkor Gold Corp. (TSXV:ANK) reported that 5 new prospects have been identified in the Dokyong prospect, Oyadao South Tenement, Ratanakiri province, Cambodia.
As quoted in the press release:
The ‘C’ zone soil samples were taken by auger to full resistance, generally 1.0 to 3.5m deep, dried and sieved to -80 mesh and analysed by ICP-MS after warm 3 acid digestion for a narrow spectrum of elements. The results are gratifying. Attention is drawn to the scale of these anomalies. They are not small: the multi-element anomaly in the northeast is over a kilometre in strike length, the gold anomaly in the south is over 400m in strike length.
Angkor Gold Corp. President and CEO Mike Weeks said:
“We are thrilled with the positive developments at the Dokyong prospect. We now have 8 strong projects in Cambodia with 3 drill rigs currently operating. We are in a very exciting stage of development at Angkor Gold.”