Teryl Resources Receives 2010 Gil Joint Venture Annual Report

Teryl Resources (OTCBB: TRYLF; TSX-V: TRC) has received the 2010 Gil Joint Venture Annual Report from its joint venture partner, Kinross Gold  Corp. (NYSE: KGC).  The 2010 drill program consisted of 14,977.5 feet of drilling, including 27 reverse circulation holes totaling 9,546 feet and 11 core holes totaling 5,431.5 feet, the purpose of which was to delineate the strike extension of the mineralized zones and to infill between step-out holes, in order to gain a better understanding of ore-zone continuity.

Recommendations for 2011 are to continue stepping out along mineralized trends, and to utilize exploration data to re-focus target areas. A systematic trenching program, followed by drilling, is recommend for: the northeastern extension of the 509 Trend, specifically, the eastern slope of Lohr Ridge; the Northern Calc-silicate Unit, and the calc-silicate unit located between the North Gil and Main Gil areas.

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