Goldbrook Ventures Inc.

Goldbrook Ventures Inc.

September 10, 2009 11:53 ET

Goldbrook Drills 95.4 Metres of 0.78% Ni, 1.19% Cu and 4.10 g/t PGE+Au at Mystery and Discovers New Zone of Mineralization

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Sept. 10, 2009) - Goldbrook Ventures Inc. ("Goldbrook") (TSX VENTURE:GBK) is pleased to announce the first results from its 2009 Raglan project diamond drilling program. This program is carried out under an Option-Joint Venture agreement with Jilin Jien Nickel Industry Co., Ltd. of China. Goldbrook contracted four drill rigs from Bradley-Nuvumiut (Rouyn-Noranda) for a minimum of 15,000 metres of BQ-size core. The exploration program also includes geological mapping, prospecting and an extensive airborne VTEM geophysical survey. Field crews mobilized to the Belanger base camp in mid June. As of late August a total of 77 holes totaling over 14,000 meters had been completed.

Mystery Prospect

The 2009 drilling at Mystery was designed to help define the size and extent of the main Mystery zone discovery of 2008, which is about 10 kilometres west of Goldbrook's Getty-Sylvie deposits. In the course of this exploration Goldbrook has now discovered what is termed the "Mystery North zone" located in the hanging wall of the Mystery ultramafics about 75 metres north of the Mystery Main zone mineralization. Drilling continued in August to further test both the North and Main zone mineralization.

This release reports lab assay data for MYS09-003, the first drillhole to identify the distinct North zone mineralization, and confirmed the location of the Mystery Main zone on section 490875 East. Drillhole MYS09-003 intersected sulphides over 51.55 metres from 15.5 to 66.7 m downhole (core intersection not true width) which are now identified as the Mystery North zone. This same drillhole also intersected the Mystery Main zone sulphides over 95.40 metres from about 316.4 to 411.8 metres downhole, or to a vertical depth of about 375 metres. This drillhole also extended the known depth of the Mystery Main zone from about 300 to 375 metres vertically from surface. Drilling continued to test the Mystery mineralization and core samples have been submitted to ALS Chemex in Vancouver with further assays pending.

Drilling to date confirms the potential of the Ni-Cu-PGE sulphide zones at Mystery. The Mystery drill program results from testing a coincident EM and magnetic response from a 2007 airborne geophysical VTEM survey, and a very strong downhole EM anomaly obtained during the 2007 drill program. The mineralization has been tested to a depth in excess of 375 metres below surface and remains open to depth and east and west of the current drill pattern.

Highlights of the Mystery drillholes MYS09-003, at 490875E, -65 degrees include:

- Mystery North zone intersection is 51.55 metres from 15.15 to 66.7 metres downhole, with an average grade of 0.85% Ni, 0.58% Cu and 0.90 g/t PGE+Au; and,

- Mystery Main zone intersection of 95.4 metres from 316.4 to 411.8 metres downhole with an average grade of 0.78% Ni, 1.19% Cu and 4.10 g/t PGE+Au.

Table 1. Composited Assay Results 2009 - Mystery Prospect
Inter- Inter- PGE
Hole ID section From To val Ni Cu Co Pt Pd Au +Au
metres percent grams/tonne
Mystery North zone

MYS09-003 1 15.15 66.70 51.55 0.85 0.58 0.05 0.12 0.73 0.05 0.90
incl. 1a 15.15 46.40 31.25 1.14 0.73 0.06 0.13 0.96 0.04 1.13
incl. 1a-1 15.15 31.60 16.45 1.30 0.74 0.08 0.14 1.47 0.06 1.67
incl. 1a-2 24.75 31.60 6.85 1.65 1.01 0.09 0.14 2.31 0.07 2.52
incl. 1a-3 39.40 46.40 7.00 1.90 1.34 0.09 0.16 0.38 0.03 0.57
incl. 1b 63.80 66.70 2.90 2.15 0.86 0.14 0.29 0.65 0.04 0.98

Mystery Main zone

MYS09-003 2 316.40 411.80 95.40 0.78 1.19 0.04 0.77 3.20 0.13 4.10
incl. 2a 370.00 385.00 15.00 1.01 1.57 0.05 1.01 4.28 0.08 5.37
NOTE: Intersections are reported as actual core lengths, true widths may be
less than core widths depending on drillhole angle and orientation of the
intersected mineralized zone

Table 2. Mystery Prospect Drillhole Collar Coordinates and Details 2009
UTM Length
HOLE-ID Datum Zone Easting Northing Elevation (m) Dip Azimuth
MYS09-003 NAD83 18 490875 6806744 380 430.7 -65 180
Explanatory notes: Elevation and length are in metres; dip & azimuth are in

Other Exploration

In addition, to late-August Goldbrook has drilled over 77 holes on other targets along the Belanger trend totaling over 14,000 metres of a planned 15,000 metre program in progress. Samples from these holes have also been submitted to ALS Chemex in Vancouver and assays are pending.


The 2009 exploration program is focused on developing new Ni-Cu-PGE sulphide targets, particularly along the Belanger and related trends, as part of Goldbrook's longer term exploration objectives of the company. In addition to testing new targets and the known Timtu and Pad zones for extensions, continued drilling around the Mystery zone is a high priority for the 2009 drilling season. Further assay results will be released as they become available.

Jamie Pardy, PGeo, (Quebec Special Authorization number 121) and G. Carter, PGeo, (Quebec Special Authorization number 122) Vancouver, are qualified persons as defined by National Instrument 43-101 and have reviewed and verified the information contained in and are responsible for the technical content of this press release.


Brian Grant, PGeo, President and COO

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