STARFIELD RESOURCES INC.
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STARFIELD RESOURCES INC.

July 19, 2005 14:27 ET

Starfield Resources Inc.: High Grade Base and Precious Metal Assays in Massive Sulphides 'Pit Area'

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - July 19, 2005) - Starfield Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:SRU)(OTCBB:SRFDF):

Ferguson Lake Nickel-Copper-Cobalt-Platinum-Palladium Project, Nunavut, Canada

Phase One exploration resource delineation drilling assay results from the "Pit Area" of the West Zone are highlighted in Table I and Table II.



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TABLE I
HIGHLIGHTS - PLATINUM AND PALLADIUM - MASSIVE SULPHIDE FOOTWALL
MINERALIZATION

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Hole No. Inclination Location Interval(m) Length
(m) (ft)
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05-220 -75 degrees 48+50W/2+00N 268.30-280.32 12.02 (39.44)
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including 268.30-273.80 5.50 (18.04)
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and 275.00-280.32 5.32 (17.45)
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and 276.00-277.00 1.00 (3.28)
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04-181 -75 degrees 48+50W/1+75N 259.55-276.75 17.20 (56.43)
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including 263.38-269.75 6.37 (20.90)
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and 266.75-267.75 1.00 (3.28)
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04-195 -75 degrees 48+80W/1+75N 250.00-257.57 8.57 (28.12)
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including 250.97-255.60 4.63 (15.19)
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TABLE I
HIGHLIGHTS - PLATINUM AND PALLADIUM - MASSIVE SULPHIDE FOOTWALL
MINERALIZATION
(continued...)
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Hole No. Cu Ni Co Pd Pt 2
% % % g/t g/t PGE(i)
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05-220 1.21 1.06 0.143 3.74 0.31 4.05
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1.62 1.04 0.140 3.70 0.29 3.99
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1.00 1.31 0.177 4.53 0.38 4.91
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0.945 1.326 0.178 5.13 1.28 6.41
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04-181 0.754 0.732 0.103 2.79 0.27 3.06
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0.910 1.147 0.164 4.30 0.50 4.80
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1.053 1.173 0.168 4.84 1.32 6.16
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04-195 1.064 0.684 0.086 2.59 0.24 2.83
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0.944 1.129 0.144 4.21 0.37 4.58
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(i)2PGE equals Pt+Pd


Of particular interest in Table I is the 12-meter footwall massive sulphide intercept grading 1.21% Cu, 1.06% Ni, 0.143% Co, 3.74 g/t Pd and 0.31 g/t Pt encountered in hole 05-220. This intercept correlates well with the massive sulphides found in holes 04-181 and 04-195 drilled during the 2004 exploration campaign in the same area (Table I). This style of mineralization is characterized by higher grade base and precious metals (palladium plus platinum: 2PGE equals 4.05 g/t), content which is open to expansion.



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TABLE II
WEST ZONE : MAIN SULPHIDE LENS(ES), "PIT AREA", ASSAY RESULTS
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Hole No. Inclination Location Interval(m) Length
(m) (ft)
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05-215 -60 degrees 38+00W/1+90N 134.18-137.00 2.82 (9.25)
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05-216 -60 degrees 37+60W/1+60N 108.75-110.00 1.25 (4.10)
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05-217 -50 degrees 45+50W/1+70N 114.92-116.57 1.65 (5.41)
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132.77-134.29 1.52 (4.99)
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05-218 -60 degrees 45+50W/1+70N 131.45-141.00 9.55 (31.33)
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(including 135.65-141.00 5.35 (17.55)
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05-219 -60 degrees 48+50W/2+00N 157.64-165.26 7.62 (25.00)
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05-220 -75 degrees 48+50W/2+00N 203.25-206.50 3.25 (10.66)
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TABLE II
WEST ZONE : MAIN SULPHIDE LENS(ES), "PIT AREA", ASSAY RESULTS
(continued...)
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Hole No. Cu Ni Co Pd Pt 2
% % % g/t g/t PGE(i)
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05-215 0.637 1.23 0.154 1.70 0.21 1.91
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05-216 1.057 0.995 0.205 1.55 0.27 1.82
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05-217 0.622 0.834 0.108 1.19 0.23 1.42
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1.189 0.736 0.092 1.32 0.14 1.46
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05-218 1.21 0.898 0.113 1.65 0.22 1.87
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1.036 0.993 0.121 1.75 0.21 1.96)
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05-219 1.15 1.03 0.122 1.84 0.47 2.31
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05-220 1.10 0.658 0.085 1.46 0.17 1.63
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To date, eight delineation drill holes have been completed in the "Pit Area" and main sulphide lens(es) assays for six holes have been received (Table II). Highlights include holes 05-218 and 05-219. Results for all PGE low-sulphide intercepts for the eight holes are pending.

Two drills are presently "infill drilling" between the 119 Zone and the West Zone as Phase One Exploration continues.

True thicknesses of the footwall-style mineralization are not yet known. Details concerning drill core sampling, sample preparation, accredited laboratory geochemical and assay analytical methods, QC and QA procedures can be referred to in detail in Press Release # SRU-07-04, June 10, 2004, page 3.

On behalf of the Board of Directors,

"Glen C. Macdonald"

Glen C. Macdonald, P.Geo., Director

(Glen Macdonald is the Qualified Person under National Instrument 43-101 responsible for preparing the technical disclosure in this news release)

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