MEXICAN GOLD STEP-OUT DRILLING INTERSECTS TWO INTERVALS OF MINERALIZATION AT EL DORADO / JUAN BRAN ZONE

http://www.mexicangold.ca/_resources/news/nr-2017-10-05.pdf

Mexican Gold Corp. (“Mexican Gold” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: MEX / OTCMKTS: SRXLF / FRA: 4QW1) is pleased to announce that step-out diamond drilling at its Las Minas property, Veracruz State, Mexico, has intersected two intervals of chalcopyrite−bornite−magnetite mineralization in the first hole drilled beyond the current western limit of the El Dorado/Juan Bran zone. Assay results are pending and
drilling of the second step-out hole is underway.
Diamond drill hole LM-17-JB-19 was drilled as a step-out hole to test the western extension of the El Dorado/Juan Bran zone. The hole, which was drilled at minus 50 degrees to a depth of 120.95 metres, intersected a 3.0 metre mineralized interval from 89 metres to 91 metres, followed by a further 8.0 metre mineralized interval from 99 to 108 metres. The 3.0 metre interval consists of visible chalcopyrite and
magnetite containing up to an estimated 3% chalcopyrite by volume. The 8.0 metre interval is mineralized exoskarn with visible chalcopyrite and bornite within magnetite containing up to an estimated 5% chalcopyrite by volume. All intervals are core lengths measured along the axis of the core and true widths are unknown at this time

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