Rugby Resources Ltd. [RUG-TSXV] provided an update on exploration progress at its 1srcsrc%-owned Cobrasco copper project, Colombia.
Highlights: Continued reconnaissance field exploration has been conducted over the northern of the two Cobrasco IHS-src8srcsrc5X tenement blocks. Field evidence indicates the presence of a cluster of mineralised porphyries.
Field work has discovered strongly mineralized porphyry float samples approximately 2 km southeast of the drilling area. This is outside and east of the known porphyries demonstrated by Rugby’s 2src22 auger sampling program.
Auger sampling north of the area drilled has extended the copper-molybdenum geochemical anomaly to the north of that defined previously.
Environmental and Community programs have been expanded.
Field work continues on the Cobrasco Project, including geological mapping and reconnaissance soil and rock chip sampling. Environmental work continues and includes both soil and vegetation categorization work. The focus is to identify and document areas with limited forest cover and relatively good access for future drill sites.
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