Skyharbour Resources Ltd. : Skyharbour Resources Ltd. : Skyharbour Increases Land Package Near Patterson Lake South High-Grade

 Skyharbour Resources Ltd. : Skyharbour Resources Ltd. : Skyharbour Increases
Land Package Near Patterson Lake South High-Grade Uranium Discovery to 388,000
                         Acres, Northern Saskatchewan

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March 27, 2013

Vancouver, BC - Skyharbour Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: SYH) (OTC Pink: SYHBF)  (the 
"Company") is  pleased to  announce it  has added  to its  large portfolio  of 
uranium mineral claims in the Patterson Lake region with an additional 191,000
acres of ground. The Company now owns a 100% interest in approximately 400,000
total acres of land between seven properties in the Athabasca Basin region  in 
northern Saskatchewan.

Six of the properties consisting of approximately 388,000 acres of prospective
ground are strategically located near the Alpha Minerals (TSX-V: AMW; "Alpha")
and Fission Energy (TSX-V: FIS; "Fission") Patterson Lake South (PLS)  uranium 
discovery area. The properties  were acquired for their  proximity to the  PLS 
discovery and interpreted favourable geology  for the occurrence of PLS  style 
uranium mineralization. Skyharbour's land position  is now one of the  largest 
in the Patterson Lake area. The Athabasca Basin hosts the world's largest  and 
richest high-grade uranium deposits accounting for approximately 20% of global
primary uranium supply.  There are  still many areas  in the  region that  are 
highly prospective  and underexplored  as illustrated  by the  new  high-grade 
uranium discovery at the Patterson Lake South property.

                 Skyharbour's Patterson Lake Area Properties:

The Patterson  Lake area  has received  escalating exploration  attention  and 
claim acquisition activity as a result  of the new, shallow discovery made  by 
Alpha and Fission which includes the recently reported drill interval of 4.92%
U3O8 over 34 metres in hole PLS13-038 (see Alpha / Fission News Release  dated 
March 25). This mineralized  zone is located approximately  400 metres to  the 
northeast of  discovery hole  PLS12-024 which  returned 2.49%  U3O8 over  12.5 
metres. These  discoveries demonstrate  the potential  for high-grade  uranium 
mineralization on the margins of the western side of the Athabasca Basin where
significantly less exploration has  been carried out  compared to the  eastern 
side of the Athabasca Basin.

Skyharbour has acquired its entire land  package at acquisition cost plus  the 
issuance of one million common shares of the Company at a deemed price of  six 
cents per share. The share  issuance is subject to  the acceptance of the  TSX 
Venture Exchange. Roughly 115,000 acres of the total land position was  staked 
directly by  the Company  while  the other  approximately 285,000  acres  were 
staked by an arms-length party and are subject to a 2% NSR.

With roughly $900,000 in the treasury, Skyharbour will now examine and compile
all available historic  and related mineral  exploration data associated  with 
the acquired properties in anticipation  of uranium exploration work  programs 
this  year.  Given  the  excellent  supply-demand  fundamentals   underpinning 
uranium, Skyharbour will continue to  evaluate uranium projects for  potential 
acquisition in  the Athabasca  Basin  as well  as  in other  prolific  uranium 

Skyharbour's Patterson Lake Properties:

The Company  has now  acquired six  properties in  the Patterson  Lake  region 
totalling roughly 388,000 acres making it one of the largest land positions in
the area. This most  recent acquisition includes  additional ground tied  onto 
the Company's  South Patterson  Property located  approximately 15  km to  the 
south of Fission /  Alpha's Patterson Lake South  project claim boundary.  The 
claims are accessible by road with primary access from the all-weather Highway
955, which runs north through the Patterson Lake South discovery to the former
Cluff Lake mine  where over  60 million pounds  of uranium  was produced.  The 
highway also passes through the UEX-Areva Shea Creek discoveries to the  north 
which are  currently under  active exploration  and development.  Skyharbour's 
newly acquired sixth property in the  Patterson Lake area, the West  Patterson 
Property, is located approximately 18 km to the southwest of Fission / Alpha's
Patterson Lake South project claim boundary.  This property is on strike  with 
the W-SW  to  E-NE mineralized  trend  being  delineated at  the  PLS  uranium 
discovery zones. Other regional  operators in the  area include Cameco  Corp., 
Areva, and Denison Mines.

                       Patterson Lake Regional Geology:

Uranium  mineralization  in  the  Patterson  Lake  area  bears  a  number   of 
similarities to the  high-grade uranium deposits  in the Eastern  part of  the 
Athabasca Basin like  those at the  Cigar Lake and  McArthur River mines.  The 
mineralization occurs  in structurally  disrupted and  strongly clay  altered, 
commonly graphitic pelites and metapelites  with narrow felsic segregations  / 
pegmatites. Intervals  of  quartz-feldspar  gneiss  and  semipelite  are  also 
present. Sulphides are commonly associated with the mineralization along  with 
anomalous  levels   of  cobalt,   nickel,   molybdenum  and   boron.   Uranium 
mineralization in  the  Patterson Lake  area  is also  associated  with  fesic 
intrusives, primarily  pegmatites. Skyharbour  has both  target types  on  its 
pre-existing properties and its recently  acquired land in the Patterson  Lake 

Jim Pettit, Director of Skyharbour Resources, stated: "We are very excited  to 
have acquired one of the largest land  positions in this emerging area and  to 
have Rick Kusmirski come on as Head of the Advisory Board. Skyharbour now owns
prospective uranium  claims  to  the  north,  south,  east  and  west  of  the 
high-grade PLS discovery providing the  Company with significant leverage  and 
exposure to this region in which most of  the land has been staked. We are  of 
the opinion that given  Skyharbour's early and low  cost entry into the  area, 
shareholder  value  will  be  created  from  both  exploratory  work  programs 
potentially leading  to new  discoveries  as well  as  from option  and  joint 
venture agreements the Company  enters into with other  groups on its  current 
100% owned land holdings."

Qualified Person:

Robert Marvin, P.Geo., CPG, geologist  for Skyharbour is the Qualified  Person 
as defined  by  National Instrument  43-101  and has  approved  the  technical 
information in this release.

About Skyharbour Resources Ltd.:

Skyharbour Resources  Ltd.  is a  uranium,  gold and  base  metal  exploration 
company with projects in the Athabasca  Basin of northern Saskatchewan and  in 
Red Lake, north-western  Ontario, Canada.  The Company has  35 million  shares 

To find  out more  about  Skyharbour Resources  Ltd.  (TSX-V: SYH)  visit  the 
Company's website at


"Jim Pettit"

James G. Pettit


For further information contact myself or:
Jordan Trimble
Corporate Development and Communications

Skyharbour Resources Ltd.
Telephone: 604-687-3376
Toll Free: 800-567-8181
Facsimile: 604-687-3119


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