International Northair Mines Ltd TSXV:INM announced results from its La Cigarra Silver Project in north central Mexico. Assays include 51.3 g/t silver over 109.9 metres (including 177.8 g/t over 9.9 metres), 148.6 g/t over 7.4 metres, 87.1 g/t over 53.7 metres (including 175.5 g/t over 22.7 metres), 23.3 g/t over 26.2 metres, 140.6 g/t over 48.1 metres (including 263 g/t over 22.1 metres) and 79.1 g/t over 32 metres (including 109.2 g/t over 20.4 metres).
President/CEO Fred Hewett commented, “We continue to be very pleased with the results of the drill program at La Cigarra. The recent drill holes completed at the San Gregorio Zone returned excellent silver values over significant widths and successfully extended the strike length of the zone by 100 metres. At the Las Carolinas Zone, located 1,100 metres southeast of San Gregorio, drilling has encountered similar geology to that in San Gregorio along with significant silver values. Both zones remain open along strike and down dip. The results from these two zones, along with the intervening 1.1 kilometres of untested ground provides excellent immediate upside exploration potential.”
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