Adroit Resources Inc.

Adroit Resources Inc.

December 04, 2006 16:14 ET

Adroit Resources Inc.: Chargeable Anomaly Discovered-Drilling Commenced

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - Dec. 4, 2006) - Adroit Resources (TSX VENTURE:ADT)(FWB:A7V) is pleased to announce that drilling commenced on 27 November 27th, 2006, at Poggio Fogari, in Central Italy. The initial 1-3 hole programme (250-325m) is designed to test a recently discovered Induced Polarization (IP) chargeability anomaly in close association to a fault known to carry both gold and antimony mineralization.

Poggio Fogari is traversed by a NNW-SSE oriented high-angle fault which has been traced over a length in excess of 10 km, well-beyond the northern and southern limits of the Poggio Fogari permit. Within the property, the fault juxtaposes the prospective Calcare Cavernoso limestone with the overlying argillaceous Eocene to Cretaceous flysh formations. Assays carried out by past exploration (confirmed by the company's work) on randomly collected float and outcrop of jasperoid rocks, which abundantly occur along the fault, frequently returned gold contents in excess of 0.25g/t. The fault has been recognized in the field and its location confirmed by a brief Induced Polarisation (IP) (orientation) survey.

Three pole-dipole IP profiles, of 450-1,000m length, spaced 250m apart, were tested in the central-eastern part of the property. The survey has located the high-angle fault, and has, above all, identified on the two southern profiles a strong chargeability anomaly. The northwest-southeast trending anomaly, with a maximum response of approximately 15 mV/V (milliseconds) above background, occurs at about 75m below surface and appears to be related to the fault. The anomaly is open to the south and seems to increase in amplitude. The first hole in Poggio Fogari will test this anomaly as shown in the figure below.

The data collected from this initial drill campaign will be interpreted and used to assist in the design of a more extensive drill programme seeking both gold and antimony in the tested properties.

Central Italy Properties. Poggio Fogari 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 property areas. The Poggio Fogari property was increased in size from 749 ha to 1,100 ha by the addition of the I Monti permit recently granted to include part of the NNW-SSE oriented high-angle fault mentioned above. Neither permit has ever been drill tested.

The surveys are carried out by the Adroit geological staff and managed 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 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

The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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