Entourage Discovers New Zone of Mineralization at La Liga Project with Trench of 36.80 g/t Silver Over 20m, Samples Include

Entourage Discovers New Zone of Mineralization at La Liga Project with Trench 
of 36.80 g/t Silver Over 20m, Samples Include 1,666 g/t
Ag 
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/03/13 -- Entourage
Metals Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:EMT) (the "Company") is pleased to announce
the results of the surface exploration program from the La Liga
Property located in the Whitehorse Mining District, Yukon Territory.  
Highlights from this program include: 


 
--  Discovery of Gunner Zone: grab samples of 763 and 536 g/t Ag 
--  Grab samples of 1,666 g/t Ag and 1,333 g/t Ag from Red Devil Zone 
--  Trench averaging 36.8 g/t Ag over 20m at Gunner 
--  Trench averaging 173.1 g/t Ag over 5.0m at Red Devil

 
Entourage recently completed a field program to assess the 1.5
kilometer Red Devil to Galactose trend where previous work by Inform
Resources returned high-grade silver lead results in grab samples of
up to 877 g/t silver and 9.58% lead at the Red Devil Zone and up to
216 g/t silver, 9.94% lead, and 8.22% zinc at the Galactose Zone. At
the newly discovered high grade zone of silver-lead mineralization,
the Gunner zone, trench LLTR13-101 returned 36.8 g/t silver & 0.68%
lead over 20m. Many high grade-grab and trench samples were collected
expanding the Red Devil and Galactose zones.  
The newly discovered Gunner Zone occurs approximately 580m northwest
of and consists of mineralization similar to that seen in the Red
Devil zone. Thirty-three grab samples and 2 trenches were placed in
the area. Grab samples returned values from trace up to 763 g/t Ag
and up to 21.45% lead. Trenches contained values from trace up to
50.2 g/t Ag and up to 4.9% Pb. Highlights from the Gunner zone
include: 


 
--  TRLL13-10: 20m of 36.8 g/t Ag and 0.68% Pb 
--  763 g/t Ag, 21.45% Pb 
--  536 g/t Ag, 14.44% Pb 
--  344 g/t Ag, 7.65% Pb 
--  140 g/t Ag, 3.37% Pb

 
Mineralization at Red Devil outcrops along +/-100m wide south facing
cliff and consists of disseminated to massive zones of arsenopyrite,
galena, and pyrite associated with stock-work quartz veining, quartz
breccias, and broad zones of silica and clay altered sediments. The
mineralization is associated with low angle thrust faults and high
angle dextral strike-slip faults in the area. During the 2013
program, an additional 24 grab samples and 23 chip samples were taken
along the cliff. Grab samples assay from trace values up to 1666 g/t
silver, up to 19.1% lead, and up to 1.05 g/t gold. Highlights from
the grab samples include: 


 
--  1,666 g/t Ag, 0.51 g/t Au, and 19.08% Pb; 1,333 g/t Ag, 0.53 g/t Au, and
    17.9% Pb; and 777 g/t Ag, 0.88 g/t Au, and 11.79% Pb 
--  497 g/t Ag, 1.05 g/t Au, and 5.77% Pb

 
The chips ranged from 0.25 to 3 meters in length and assay from 1.8
to 420 g/t silver, from trace to 1.55 g/t gold, and from trace to
6.18% lead. Due to the extreme slope and discontinuous outcrop,
continuity between chip samples was not possible. Highlights from the
chips include: 


 
--  420 g/t Ag, 1.55 g/t Au, and 5.86% Pb over 0.3m 
--  283 g/t Ag, 0.13 g/t Au, and 6.18% Pb over 0.25m 
--  241 g/t Ag and 3.6% Pb over 1.5m 
--  279 g/t Ag, 0.15 g/t Au, and 2.74% Pb over 1.5m

 
Five trenches were placed over a 180m x 120m area above the Red Devil
cliff to aid in geologic mapping and structural interpretation of the
area. The trenches were channel sampled on 5m intervals and returned
from trace up to 173 g/t silver and from trace up to 19.35% lead.
Strong alteration and silver-lead mineralization was encountered in
trench TRLL13-01, approximately 150m to the northwest of the Red
Devil cliff.  


 
--  TRLL13-01: 45m of 27 g/t Ag and 0.47% Pb
    Including: 5m of 173 g/t Ag and 3.87% Pb

 
The Galactose Zone was extensively sampled and mapped by Company
geologists. The Galactose zone consists of structurally controlled
lenses of massive galena-sphalerite-pyrite-phyrrotite up to 3m in
size. Previous operators, exploring for SEDEX style mineralization,
have indicated these to be of syngenetic origin, however, Entourage
now believes the massive mineralization found at Galactose to be
epigenetic based on geologic mapping and interpretation in the area.
Twenty-two grab and chip samples were collected over 120m outcrop
cliff exposure and grade from trace values up to 322 g/t silver, up
to 11.43% lead, and up to 15.82% zinc. Highlights include: 


 
--  322 g/t Ag, 11.43% Pb, and 15.82% Zn 
--  266 g/t Ag, 11.40% Pb, and 11.24% Zn 
--  184 g/t Ag, 6.83% Pb, and 7.54% Zn over 0.3m 
--  182 g/t Ag, 0.47% Pb, and 12.86% Zn over 1.5m

 
"Entourage considers the 2013 program to be a success. We have a more
complete understanding of the mineralizing system and potential at La
Liga," said Jeff Sundar, President and CEO of Entourage. "Our work
has resulted in multiple high-grade silver drill targets, in addition
to excellent regional potential on the Property." 
The epigenetic silver-lead-zinc +/- gold mineralization on the La
Liga property occurs with strongly elevated arsenic, bismuth,
antimony, and tin (+/- copper, zinc, and tungsten) and appears to be
related to previously unrecognized granodiorite porphyry intrusives
with sheeted to stockworked quartz veining that crop out
approximately 3.5km east of the Galactose zone. A grab sample of the
veined intrusive returned 0.26 g/t gold, 222 ppm arsenic, 637 ppm
bismuth, and greater than 200ppm tungsten, and indicates the
potential for porphyry gold style mineralization elsewhere on the
property.  
The La Liga Property is located approximately 70km north of the town
of Faro, and consists of 2,965 quartz mining claims covering 59,799
hectares over four blocks. The properties lie to the north and west
of Silver Range Resources Ltd's flagship project, which announced a
maiden inferred resource estimate of 38.7 million ounces of silver,
675 million pounds of zinc, 228 million pounds of lead, and 131
million pounds of copper at the Keg Deposit in late 2012 (see Silver
Range news release dated Nov. 20, 2012).  
All rock samples were submitted to Acme Analytical Laboratories for
analysis. The samples were analysed for gold by 30g fire assay with
an AA finish (3B01) and 35 additional elements by 4-acid digestion
with ICPES finish (1E). Overlimit assays for Pb (greater than 1%), Zn
(greater than 1%), and Ag (greater than 100 g/t) were performed using
a multi-acid digestion with an ICPES finish (7TD1). Overlimit silver
values greater than 300 g/t were determined by a 30g fire assay with
gravimetric finish (G601 + G612). A sample Quality Control and
Assurance program utilizing standards and blanks was in place during
the program. 
Entourage Announces Resignations 
Michael Williams has resigned as a director of Entourage Metals
effective immediately. Mr. Williams will become a consultant to the
Board. The Company looks forward to Mr. Williams continued
contributions. 
Details on Entourage Metals portfolio can be reviewed at the
Company's website at www.entouragemetals.com.  
Entourage's exploration activity in the Yukon Territory is under the
supervision of Jodie L. Gibson, P.Geo, Senior Geologist and
consultant to the company. Mr. Gibson is a Qualified Person as
defined by NI 43-101. Mr. Gibson prepared and approved the
information contained in this release. 
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Company is able to obtain any government or other regulatory
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development activities, that the Company is able to procure
personnel, equipment and supplies required for its exploration and
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and that actual results of exploration activities are consistent with
management's expectations. Although the Company considers these
assumptions to be reasonable based on information currently available
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Contacts:
Entourage Metals Inc.
Jeff Sundar
President
604-484-7855
js@entouragemetals.com
www.entouragemetals.com
 
 
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