Odyssey Gold Limited announced results from drilling along the Cable-Bollard trend, part of the Company's Tuckanarra Gold Project. HIGHLIGHTS: Phase 2 reverse circulation ("RC") drilling along the Cable-Bollard trend, which comprised a total of 33 holes for 6,913 metres, is now complete. New assays results from south of Cable include: 12m @ 9.1g/t Au from 132m; 28m @ 1.6g/t Au from 80m; 4m @ 8.6g/t Au from 12m; 16m @ 3.0g/t Au from 164m. Previous results from north of Cable include: 4m @ 27.7g/t Au from 196m; 20m @ 1.2g/t Au from 132m. Phase 2 drilling has extended the Cable-Bollard trend to over 1,500m, with mineralisation remaining open at depth and along strike in both directions. Cable-Bollard trend includes multiple parallel mineralised structures comprising banded iron formation ("BIF") units, sheared quartz veins in mafic intrusives and metavolcanics, and highly silicified ultramafics, with consistent mineralisation occasionally interrupted by cross cutting dykes. Structurally controlled high grade zones are developing, including the new "Highway" zone where 12m @ 9.1g/t Au was intersected 90m down dip of a historical drill intersection of 20m @ 5.7g/t (TPH0238).