VR Resources Ltd. has completed the first hole to target depth on its maiden drill program on its New Boston polymetallic copper-moly-silver porphyry project in Nevada. The drill is now turning on Hole 002. The Company does not expect to receive complete assays for the program until next month, if not July Short of that, summary information and geologic observations are provided here for context, including a few drill core photos from Hole 001, and the top of Hole 002.

Hole 001 reached target depth and was terminated at 601.34 m, still in the target. Hole 001 intersected multiple phases of porphyry intrusion throughout the 600 metres, hosted in limestone, and containing stockwork quartz veins and disseminated and vein-hosted sulfide. Continuous geochemical sampling of the entire 601 metres of drill core of veined porphyry intrusive phases and veined and brecciated limestone was completed on one metre intervals.

Quartz dacite porphyry and biotite monzonite porphyry make up 86% of the drill core overall. The dacite porphyry sills are interlayered with limestone in the upper 300 m of the hole. Vein and sulfide abundance varies, as shown in the following three drill core photos which span 500 metres of the hole:.