The program conducted concludes a key component in the preparation of the definitive feasibility study (DFS) and Environmental Review and Management Program (ERMP) currently underway for the project.

The program involved the excavation of two test pits, approximately 34m long by 19m wide and 5m deep.

Since the excavation work has been completed, the test pits have been backfilled and rehabilitation has begun as per Mega’s mining proposal approved by the Western Australian Department of Mines and Petroleum.

Mega will be investigating extensions to its uranium deposit at Lake Maitland, targeting near surface calcrete uranium mineralization.

Mega is also currently investigating the potential for deeper roll front uranium mineralization within the Tertiary Carey Palaeochannel.

Recent drilling targeting palaeochannels for production water bores has also encountered highly anomalous uranium intervals associated with redox boundaries.

At Mega’s wholly owned Kintyre Rocks project in Western Australia on the Area 1, Southern Cross, Wyoming Valley and other prospects, further diamond core drilling is planned to commence in the first half of 2011.

Diamond core and reverse circulation drilling programs are being planned this year to pursue further extensions to the west of the deposit at its wholly owned Ben Lomond uranium-molybdenum resource in Queensland, Australia.