Scorpio Gold Intersects 24.39 Metres Grading 5.19 g/t Gold on Brodie Zone North Extension, Mineral Ridge Project

Scorpio Gold Corporation (TSX-V: SGN; OTC: SRCRF) announced today follow-up drill results from the Brodie Zone, located 975 metres (3,200 feet) southwest of the current mining in the Drinkwater pit at the 70% owned Mineral Ridge project, Nevada.

In the release, Peter J. Hawley, President and CEO states, “Follow-up drilling on the Brodie Zone targeted its northwest extension and has now defined a mineralized trend over an 850 metre (2,800 foot) strike length, remaining open in both northwest and southeast directions. The trend is on strike with the Bluelite Zone located 1,370 metres (4,500 feet) to the northwest. Drill holes presented in Table 1 were collared over a spacing of 300 to 600 metres (1,000 to 2,000 feet) northwest from the historical Brodie pit. Drill hole MR11252, which intersected 24.39 metres averaging 5.19 g/t gold, was the furthest hole drilled to the northwest.”

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