Adroit Resources Inc.

Adroit Resources Inc.

November 29, 2006 16:13 ET

Adroit Resources Inc.: Antimony Mineralization Confirmed

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - Nov. 29, 2006) - Adroit Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:ADT)(FWB:A7V)(BERLIN:A7V) -

Antimony Mineralization Confirmed. Management is pleased to announce that the repeat assays on selected core of its first two holes in Poggio Pietricci, Central Italy, have confirmed the preliminary results, announced in its news release of 2 November 2006.

These holes, referred to as PP001/2006 and PP002/2006, confirm the presence of shallow antimony mineralization in the northernmost part of Poggio Pietricci. The ICP analysis ("near total" digestion) of the core from the two drill holes returned several anomalous Sb values (greater than 0.4%) over intervals of 1 to 6 m, in line with the results reported by previous explorers. The antimony mineralization occurs in a broader hydrothermal polymetallic mineralization envelop which includes also (low-grade) gold, silver, zinc and manganese. Highlights of the results include:

DDH (m) (m) (m) (%) (ppm) (ppm) (%)
PP001/2006 0 5,6 5,6 0.71 0,53 less than 0.13
18 19 1 0.15 0,16 less than 1.10
29 30 1 1.02 less than less than less than
0,1 5 0.10
36 38,4 2,4 0.19 0,18 36 less than
PP002/2006 0 6,5 6,5 0.45 0,16 less than 0.31
18,3 23,9 5,6 0.50 less than less than 0.29
0,1 5
26,9 30,8 3,9 0.24 0,21 less than 0.75

Notes: standard preparation of half-core, gold assayed by Fire Assay on 30g charge; Sb, Ag and Zn assayed by ICP (aqua regia, selected -high grade- samples verified by ICP "near-total" digestion). Assaying done by Laboratoires Filab, in France. Standards (mainly for gold) have been inserted every 10 to 12 samples.

The holes have been drilled in the area where local mining company Samim identified in 1983, during an intensive rotary drilling campaign, a large antimony mineralization. Samim estimated on the basis of that drilling an outcropping resource of nearly 500,000t @ 1.6% Sb, surrounded and underlain by a lower grade resource exceeding 2.3 million tonnes of ore grading about 0.61% Sb. The outlined high and low-grade mineralizations are open in several directions. This resource estimate is historical and is not in compliance with National Instrument 43-101, "Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Deposits" ("NI 43-101").

Poggio Pietricci drill programme completed. The Company has now completed its initial drilling program, consisting of 5 cored holes, on the Poggio Pietricci property in Central Italy. This program was designed to confirm the location of the gold and antimony mineralization reported by previous explorers, which includes Samim, AGIP and Anglo American and to provide further geological information. The first two holes were designed to test the antimony mineralization only; the other three holes to, mainly, test the gold mineralization.

Due to the fractured nature of the material, drilling has been slower than expected and drill core recoveries lower than anticipated. All core samples, including standards, of the remaining three holes have been sent to Laboratoires Filab in France for standard preparation, gold assaying (fire assay on 30g charge) and multi-element analysis (ICP). The Company expects that results will be available early next month for publication.

Central Italy Properties. Poggio Pietricci is one of nine exploration permits granted to the Company. Three further applications for additional permits are in process. The total of twelve permits (nine granted and three applied for) make up seven contiguous properties. As announced in the Company's November 2, 2006 news release, the Poggio Pietricci property is being increased in size by the addition of the Faggio Scirtto permit recently applied for to include part of the Samim historic Antimony resource mentioned above and a large gold-in-soil anomaly that has never been tested.

The drill rig has been moved to Poggio Fogari, where it will carry out an initial 1-3 hole program (250-325m).

The surveys are carried out by the Italian staff geologist and managed by geologist Guy Franceschi, who is a director of Adroit. Mr. Franceschi is a Qualified Person under the guidelines of National Instrument 43-101 and he has reviewed and approved the geological information contained in this news release.

Adroit Resources Inc. is a mineral exploration company focused on growing shareholder value through the advancement of its Central Italy and Ontario, Canada projects. There are currently 26,243,821 common shares issued and outstanding.

On behalf of the Board of Directors

Graeme Rowland, Chairman and President

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