Fisher East Drilling Re-Commences

Fisher East Drilling Re-Commences

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  • February 5, 2014

Rox Resources Limited (ASX: RXL) (“Rox” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce that Reverse Circulation (RC) drilling has re-commenced at its Fisher East nickel sulphide project, 500km north of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia.

The new RC drilling program (12 holes for 2,400m) is designed to follow-up previously reported nickel sulphide mineralisation (ASX: 18 December 2013) at two separate locations, along the strike of the Camelwood ultramafic unit (Figure 1).

Each mineralised zone, Cannonball and Musket, is over 200m in strike length (Figures 2 – 4), indicating a southern strike continuation of the mineralisation from Camelwood where a mineral resource of 1.6 Mt @ 2.2% Ni has been defined (ASX: 3 October 2013).