Cloudbreak Resources Ltd.

Cloudbreak Resources Ltd.

July 12, 2007 09:27 ET

Cloudbreak Successfully Defining Vein System Over 1,000 Feet Drilling Continues on Gold-Copper Property Elko County, Nevada

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - July 12, 2007) - Cloudbreak Resources (TSX VENTURE:CDB)(PINK SHEETS:CUDBF)(FRANKFURT:C6K) is completing the second drill hole on its West Dolly Varden gold copper claims in Elko County, Nevada. The drilling took advantage of a single spot permit with a drill north and south off of the same set up, at an oblique angle to the apparent strike of the system in this area.

The first hole, to the north, was drilled to over 600 feet and significantly remained in silicified and broken limestone with limonite staining and veining throughout almost its entire length. The second hole drilled to the south over 400 feet, also has remained in this faulted zone. The drilling has revealed substantial length and strength of the siliceous hot spring related system (usually associated with gold in Nevada) with a width that is apparently much larger than identified on surface.

Also of note was the intersection of porphyry intrusive in the first hole that is very similar to that encountered in drilling on the adjacent Cons. Goldwin property. The preliminary IP results from the deep IP survey suggests the continuation of this deep mineralized intrusive onto the Cloudbreak property.

The core is being logged, split and prepared for shipping to the ALS Chemex Labs in Elko, Nevada.

With this continuing discovery of mineralization, now confirmed to exist at least 3,000 feet west of the original (Cons. Goldwin Ventures property), in the first drilling completed on the Cloudbreak property, this unexplored by recent mineral exploration methods area persists in confirming, the analogy to the Robinson Mine area to the south of Ely, Nevada.

Marvin Mitchell, P. Eng. has reviewed the results of this news release and is pleased the Company is continuing the drilling stage on its area property.

The Dolly Varden area is recognized as a classic eastern Great Basin district with base and precious metals associated with upper Paleozoic sediments intruded by Cretaceous auriferous magmas.


Blair Naughty, President & Director

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