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Maya Gold & Silver Resumes Drilling at Amizmiz
Montreal, Quebec, February 2, 2011 – Maya Gold & Silver (TSX-V: MYA) (“MAYA” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: MYA) pleased to announce that drilling has resumed today on the Amizmiz project and will focus on the TRN and AZ zones in order to increase and better define resources as announced in press release date December 22, 2010.
TThe TRNA structure which was defined by Maya’s previous works, has an average width of 1.5 metre, an average grade of 22.25 g/t Au and can be delimited on surface on 250 metres. To date, the TRNA vein has been intersected with six drill holes and seems to increase in sulphides content at depth.
The Company has planned 2500 metres of drilling on the TRN and AZ zones to increase and better define the potential gold tonnage and upgrade the current inferred resources to the measured and indicated categories in view to support the pre-production program. This first phase of drilling is expected to be completed by the end March 2011 and will be followed by a second phase of drilling using data points derived from the RIRG model and the interpretation of Viasat pictures and stream geochemical survey.
The technical content of this news release has been reviewed by Michel Boily, Ph.D, P.Geo, from GEON Ltd, independent Qualified Person under NI 43-101 standards.
Maya Gold & Silver Inc. is a Canadian Mining Company, is focused on the exploration and development of gold and silver deposits and listed on the TSX Venture. The Company is committed to developing and adding value to its primary property, Amizmiz gold and silver project in Morocco.
For further information on Maya visit www.mayagoldsilver.com or contact:
Maya Gold & Silver Inc.:
President & Chief Executive Officer
T: 450-435-0700 ext. 204
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