Renforth Resources Inc.

Renforth Resources Inc.

June 11, 2007 12:49 ET

Renforth Provides Exploration Update

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 11, 2007) - Renforth Resources Inc. ("Renforth") announces that a total of 12 grids totaling 284.4 line kilometers have been conducted on the high priority targets. Ground magnetic surveying and analysis and interpretation of the results has been completed. Nine high priority anomalies selected from the airborne geophysical surveying, along with ten second priority targets, were selected for this detail ground geophysical surveying. In addition if an additional anomaly was located in the vicinity of the primary target, these anomalies were also surveyed as part of this program.

The analysis and evaluation from the field work has identified 6 anomalies that demonstrate geophysical characteristics of a kimberlite and a drill hole location for each has been recommended. In addition there were 5 other anomalies identified that while they were not suggestive of kimberlites they did warrant further follow-up with additional geophysics to determine if there was possible sulphide mineralization associated with the anomaly. The program was conducted by Scott Hogg & Associates; Steve Munro was the QP for the project.

Renforth will now review the recommendations and prepare an exploration plan to follow-up on the results of this program.

As previously announced (November 13, 2006), Renforth has collected approximately 500 kilograms of kimberlite from two holes testing the Kyle 2 kimberlite last fall. This kimberlite sample has been transported by bonded carrier to a secure warehouse in southern Ontario, where it will be stored until a suitable diamond processing lab is available for processing the NQ sized core. The samples will be stage crushed to an appropriate screen size and processed using dense media separation (DMS) to collect diamonds on a 0.8 mm screen. Several 8 kilogram sample lots of kimberlite will be selected from the DMS feed stream and will be processed for microdiamond content for size distribution curve analysis. All aspects of the diamond processing will be completed under the auspices of Neil Novak P.Geo in his role as project manager and Qualified Person.

About Renforth

Renforth is a junior resource company focused on the exploration and development of gold and diamond mining properties. The company is exploring a gold prospect in the Timmins-Kirkland Lake area of Ontario and has a large land holding in the Attawapiskat region of Ontario adjacent to the Victor diamond mine that is now under development by DeBeers. The property holding includes the five diamondiferous kimberlites known as the Kyle series as well as claims that contain high potential geophysical anomalies.

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