Fission Uranium has announced results of drilling of twelve new holes at 31,039 hectare PLS property at Athabasca basin in Saskatchewan, Canada, marking the completion of the delineation drill program.

The holes PLS14-215 and PLS14-214 have returned 24.05m total composite ‘Off-scale’ (>9999 cps) radioactivity in 119.5m total composite mineralization and 23m total composite ‘Off-scale’ (>9999 cps) in 153.5m total composite mineralization respectively.

All twelve holes returned mineralization with seven of having substantial intervals of ‘off-scale.’

Fission president, COO, and chief geologist Ross McElroy said, "We are particularly pleased by the shallow depth, strength and width of mineralization encountered in many of the holes.

"In addition, a second mineralized hole in the new R1620E zone, makes this a promising new target that will require further follow-up. A remarkably strong set of drill results overall and another big step forward for PLS."

The delineation drill program comprised 82 holes, including one hole testing the R00E zone, one hole in-between the R00E and R780E zone, 77 holes testing the R780E zone, one hole testing the R1155E zone and two holes into a new discovery, the R1620E zone.