Drilling Extends Bonanza Gold Bearing Montrose Zone 500 Meters — 32.5 Metres Grading 7.5 Grams Per Tonne Gold

By Decade Resources

September 03, 2009

Stewart, BC – Decade Resources Ltd (“Decade”) and Mountain Boy Minerals Ltd (“Mountain Boy”) announce that diamond drilling has intersected wide zones of gold mineralization in an extension to the bonanza gold bearing Montrose zone on the Red Cliff property in Northwestern British Columbia. Locally fine visible gold is associated with a stockwork of quartz-chalcopyrite-pyrite stringers occurring along a 30 meter wide shear zone. Strong disseminated and fracture filled pyrite mineralization as well as galena-sphalerite-visible gold form an envelope to the above stockwork mineralization.

The only surface exposures of the Montrose Zone occurring along the canyon walls of Lydden Creek are up to 30 meters wide. The present area of drilling is 500 meters north of this exposed zone that was high graded during previous activities. Drilling is ongoing along strike to the north.

Gold assay results for the first 2 holes completed in the 2009 program are as follows: