Adroit Resources Inc.
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Adroit Resources Inc.

March 01, 2007 13:00 ET

Adroit Resources Inc.: Central Italy Progress

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - March 1, 2007) - Adroit Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:ADT)(FRANKFURT:A7V)(BERLIN:A7V) -

Management is pleased to report on the progress being achieved on its projects in Central Italy.

2007 programme and work capacity expansion :

Management has arranged an aggressive exploration programme for 2007. The programme, with a budget exceeding Can$2 million, aims at assessing the potential of its seven properties (comprised of nine permits) to host economic precious metals, antimony and related mineralization. The programme will also include work on three additional permits, currently under application (see News Releases June 6, 2006, and November 2, 2006).

In order to achieve this ambitious programme the technical team has been expanded and the office/storage facilities increased. Two local geologists, Marco Battaglini and Davide Franceschelli, have been added to the team and Dr. Marc De Mulder, senior consulting geologist, has been hired on a short term engagement Karolina Cienkuszewska has been engaged to manage the local administration. Shortly, the office will be moved from Campagnatico to Grosseto, the capital city of the province of the same name. Office facilities and (sample) storage capacity will be considerably increased and improved in order to properly accommodate staff, samples and drill core.

Poggio Fogari and I Monti :

Field work resumed in Italy shortly after New Year with a focus on the Poggio Fogari property. The prospective parts of the property are currently being covered with an extensive soil sampling programme and an induced polarization (IP) survey.

While the first soil samples are presently being assayed for gold and multi elements at the Laboratoire Filab in Dijon, France, the on-going IP survey has already confirmed the chargeable anomaly identified during the orientation survey of November 2006 (see News Release of December 4, 2006).

A pole-dipole IP orientation survey carried out in November 2006, identified a strong chargeability anomaly. Further pole-dipole IP surveying of the area in January and February 2007 confirmed the presence of the anomaly and recognized it along five profiles of 450-1,000m length, spaced 250m apart. The chargeable anomaly is located in the central-eastern part of the property. The northwest-southeast trending anomaly, with a maximum response of approximately 15 mV/V (milliseconds) above background, occurs at about 75m below surface on its northern part and appears to be related to a major regional fault structure. The anomaly deepens gradually towards the south where it disappears, possibly extending below the detection limit of the survey (about 200m depth).

The anomaly will be tested with a series of diamond drill holes. The drilling programme, halted in December 2006 (see News Release of December 22, 2006), is currently scheduled to resume in early March 2007.

Poggio Fogari The Poggio Fogari property was increased in size from 749 ha to 1,104 ha by the addition of the I Monti permit granted in June 2006. Neither permit has ever been drill tested.

Frassine and Macchia del Birelli :

Field work has commenced in February on the Frassine and Macchia del Birelli permits. Dr. Marc De Mulder, has been hired to organize and supervise the geological mapping and soil sampling programmes over the properties, scheduled to be completed by April.

The Frassine-Macchia del Birelli area is marked by the presence of alunite (former quarry), extensive silicification and antimony mineralisation in the prospective Cavernoso Limestone. Soil, rock and trench sampling carried out by previous searchers, which included AGIP-Anglo American and Etruscan Gold Fields Ltd., identified the presence of several gold anomalies.

The Frassine property was increased in size from 436ha to 990ha by the addition of the Macchia del Birelli permit granted in June 2006.

The surveys are carried out by the Adroit geological staff. The operations are supervised by Guy Franceschi, Economic Geologist 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 that is currently exploring for Gold and Antimony in Central Italy and diamonds, precious and base metals in the Temagami and Bancroft areas of Ontario, Canada. In addition, Adroit is also seeking new precious and base metal projects to add to its expanding portfolio. The Company's issued and outstanding share capital is 28,279,535 common shares before the financing announced on February 27, 2007.

On behalf of the Board of Directors

Graeme Rowland, Chairman and President

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