NexGen Energy Ltd. is pleased to report a new uranium discovery during our on-going summer drilling program on our 100% owned, Rook I property, Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan. The first two exploration holes of the summer drill program have resulted in the discovery of a new zone of off-scaleradioactivity approximately 400 m south of the Arrow Deposit. This new area of mineralization has been named the South Arrow Discovery and is located on an Arrow-parallel structure that remains almost completely undrilled. The Arrow South Discovery is currently defined by the local occurrence of narrow massive pitchblende veining measuring >61,000 cps. The South Arrow Discovery has been tested with only two holes and both intersected narrow intervals of off-scale radioactivity within a large and robust envelope of highly prospective hydrothermal alteration.  South Arrow remains open in all directions. Read More