Angkor Gold (TSXV:ANK) reported assay results for 26 drill holes from its 2012 program in Ratanakiri Province, Cambodia.
As quoted in the press release:
This latest drilling adds some backbone to the results on the central prospect, which are summarised in the table below. Both upper and main mineralized zones in the core are quartz-carbonate veins with intense pyrite, some sphalerite and occasional galena and chalcopyrite. Brecciation is common, with strong evidence of later shearing, which has left fault gouge of up to 5 cm thickness within the vein. Previous drilling in 2008 and 2010 had suggested that the strike of the main vein is at least ~100m, whereas the upper vein has a shorter ~60m strike length. Both veins have an eastern faulted cutoff, both tail off towards the west, and both are open at depth.