Results include 12 meters grading 0.123% (1,233 ppm or 2.47 lbs/t) U3O8 (A4 Zone) and 6.5 meters of 0.074% (735 ppm or 1.47 lbs/t) U3O8 (H3 Zone) in saw channel samples. The mineralized zones at Costebelle are generally open in all directions as channel sampling was limited to areas of existing outcrop exposure, with shallow overburden cover overlaying large areas of the targeted airborne anomalies.

During the initial reconnaissance exploration programme in 2008, the A4 zone was discovered, with channel sample widths and grades of up to 57 meters of 0.021% (210 ppm or 0.42 lbs/t) U3O8. The 2009 work programme followed up the 2008 results with a mapping and sampling programme to further define strike lengths and mineralization in the area.

The 2009 exploration programme in the A4 zone area consisted of a combination of mapping, scintillometer surveys and rock saw channel sampling. The A4 zone is located approximately 65 kilometres northeast of the Double S, TJ and Middle Zones. The mineralization outlined in the A4 area in 2008 has been extended to a currently defined strike length of 200 meters with results of up to 12 meters of 0.123% (1233 ppm or 2.47 lbs/t) U3O8.

This mineralization occurs within a pegmatite dyke or series of dykes with an overall potential strike length of at least 1,500 metres (1.5 km) based on mapping and scintillometer surveys over the strike extensions of the zone. This pegmatite dyke ranges from 50 to 150 meters in width based on geological mapping.