Rockcliff drilling intersects high grade copper at dickstone, 3.0% copper, 0.2g/t gold, 0.2% zinc, 9.2g/t silver over 2.3m
Tuesday, Mar 05, 2013

TORONTO, March 4, 2013 /CNW/ - Rockcliff Resources Inc. (RCR: TSXV) is pleased to announce that drilling has intersected high grade copper mineralization at its Dickstone Property.

The high grade copper intersection is associated within a large, flat plunging,virtually untested DPEM and bore hole anomaly measuring a minimum 250m wide by 800m long.  Additional geophysics will be completed to determine the limits of the anomaly and where the anomaly is strengthening.

High grade copper mineralization of hole RDS13-003 is associated with massive sulphides consisting of pyrrhotite, chalcopyrite, pyrite and sphalerite within a bimodal altered host rock ranging from rhyolitic to mafic in composition.  Last year's drill hole RDS12-002 also intersected the bottom edge of the same sulphide anomaly approximately 170m below the bottom of the mine workings and approximately 100m north of hole RDS13-003.  It intersected 2.7% copper, 0.4g/t gold, 0.3% zinc, 8.6g/t silver across 2.5m. Please refer to the press release
dated June 5, 2012 for additional information or visit

Rockcliff Resources Inc.

Rockcliff Resources Inc. is a Canadian resource exploration company focused on discovery and advancement of its high-quality mineral properties at its Snow Lake Project. Rockcliff presently controls the Snow Lake Project totalling in excess of 400 km2.  The project includes two VMS copper rich NI 43-101 Resources (Rail and T-1 Copper Deposit), one former copper rich VMS mine (Dickstone), one historic VMS copper deposit (Lon) and the T-2 Copper Zone (Tower).  Rockcliff also controls a zinc-silver rich NI 43-101 Resource (Shihan) and a precious metal property including one former gold mine (Century Mine).


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