Rolling Rock Resources Corporation
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Rolling Rock Resources Corporation

March 15, 2007 08:00 ET

Rolling Rock Resources Drilling Intersects 6.68 g/t Gold Over 15.0 Metres at Monument Bay

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - March 15, 2007) - Rolling Rock Resources Corporation (TSX VENTURE:RLL) reports assay results from an additional 4 holes totaling 1,550 metres of its planned 10,000 metre diamond drill program at 100% owned Monument Bay in Northern Manitoba.

Drill hole TL-07-344 located near the most easterly end of the existing deposit was successful in intersecting the down-plunge extension of the "G" zone with values returning 6.68 g/t gold over 15.0 metres. This includes 13.56 g/t over 2.3 metres.

TL-07-342 located 200 metres west of TL-07-344 also along the "G" zone and designed to test its continuity returned values of 9.39 g/t gold over 2.45 metres including 12.83 g/t over 1.45 metres.

TL-07-343 was successful in defining the down dip extension of the "C" zone near the central part of the deposit returning 7.69 g/t gold over 1.3 metres.

TL-07-340 was designed to test the continuity of the newly discovered Burn Zone and returned values up to 6.85 g/t gold over .55 metres.



Details of significant results:

Diamond drill from To Interval Gold
hole number (metres) (metres) (metres) (g/t)

TL-07-340 261.1 261.65 0.55 6.85
312.1 313.00 0.90 6.09
318.1 318.70 0.60 3.05
320.3 321.60 1.30 5.70

TL-07-342 73.0 75.45 2.45 9.39
Including 74.0 75.45 1.45 12.83
105.0 106.00 1.00 3.46
108.0 109.35 1.35 3.42
114.8 118.90 4.10 4.73
191.7 192.10 0.40 8.50

TL-07-343 457.9 459.20 1.30 7.69

TL-07-344 224.5 239.50 15.0 6.68
Including 235.7 238.00 2.30 13.56
242.2 242.76 0.56 4.42
274.0 275.00 1.00 4.95


Management is highly encouraged with the widths and grade of the "G" zone drilling to date and will continue to test this area with follow up drilling. The drilling results to date total 2,359 metres of a proposed 10,000 metres. Further results will be released when received.

Notes

1) Drill intercept lengths only are reported. It is estimated that true widths will be less than the reported intercept lengths.

2) A quality assurance/quality control program is part of the drilling program on the Monument Bay project. This program includes chain-of-custody protocol as well as systematic submittals of standards, duplicates and blank samples into the flow of samples produced by the drilling.

3) A description of the geology, sampling procedures, and the company's laboratory quality assurance/quality control procedures are as described in the company's National Instrument 43-101 technical report filed on July 7, 2006. The report is available on SEDAR.

4) The samples are sent to TSL Laboratories for assay.

5) The qualified person for this project and the data in this news release is J.T. Shearer, M.Sc., P.Geo.

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

Contact Information

  • Rolling Rock Resources Corporation
    Scott Angus
    (604) 488-1456