Tinka Resources announced assay results for the final hole of the 2019 drill program at the Ayawilca project in the Pasco region of Peru.
Tinka Resources (TSXV:TK,BVL:TK,OTCPK:TKRFF) announced assay results for the final hole of the 2019 drill program at the company’s 100 percent-owned Ayawilca project in the Pasco region of Peru.
As quoted in the press release:
Dr. Graham Carman, Tinka’s president and CEO, stated: “Hole A19-168 was drilled as an infill hole to confirm continuity and grade of zinc mineralization at South Ayawilca and for hydrological studies. We are very pleased with the mineralization encountered in the hole, which confirms high grade zinc in several sub-parallel, shallow-dipping ‘mantos’ associated with massive to semi-massive sulphides hosted by Pucara limestone. The very high grade zinc zone near the base of the mineralized interval (3.6 meters grading 42.4 percent zinc) is typical of some of the almost-pure zinc sulphide intervals we have intersected in several holes at both South and West Ayawilca, while the intercept of 26.1 meters grading 10.1 percent zinc shallower in the hole is also a very strong intercept.”