TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - July 6, 2011) - Match Capital Resources Corporation (TSX VENTURE:MHC) "Match" or "Company" is pleased to announce the completion of the summer drill program on the Indian Lake Property. A total of nine holes were drilled for a total of 1,173 meters. The first results are expected to be received before the end of July.
Two types of mineralization have been identified on the Property within the sedimentary volcanic and intrusive units of the Labrador Trough; copper-lead-zinc-gold-silver mineralization hosted by sulphide iron formation and gabbro hosted copper-nickel-platinum group elements mineralization.
The Indian Lake Property was discovered at the beginning of the field season in 2010. The property is located approximately 60 kilometers east of Schefferville, Quebec and is composed of three claim groups, namely Indian Lake West, Indian Lake East and Indian Lake North.
Stewart Winter, P.Geo. is the qualified person that has reviewed the content of this press release.
About Match Capital
Match entered into an option/joint venture agreement with Western Troy Capital Resources in July, 2010 where Match can earn up to a 50% interest in the Indian Lake Property by spending $250,000 over a two year period. A National Instrument 43-101 report on the Indian Lake Property was produced in November, 2010 by Stewart Winter, P.Geo and can be viewed at www.matchcapital.ca.
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