Central Resources Corp. has begun the 2011 exploration program on its Selwyn Creek properties located in the Dawson Range area of the White Gold district, Yukon.

Initial work consisting of wide-spaced and detailed soil sampling, prospecting, geological mapping and trenching will be focused on the L block to identify potential drill targets for subsequent testing. The detailed soil sampling will follow up soil anomalies generated last year, the largest of which defined a roughly linear northeast-trending, greater-than-20-parts-per-billion gold anomaly, at least 1,000 metres long and up to 500 metres wide. This anomaly remains open to the northeast and southwest. Within this anomaly, 16 samples ran greater than 50 ppb gold, and six samples ran better than 100 ppb gold, with the highest sample running 470 ppb gold (see news release dated Oct. 13, 2010).

The L block consists of 777 claims with an area of 16,250 hectares. The properties were staked on the basis of historic sampling conducted by Archer Cathro & Associates (1981) Ltd. Central has the right to earn a 100-per-cent interest in the properties from Strategic Metals Ltd.

The 2011 fieldwork will be carried out by Archer Cathro and Associates and will be supervised by Heather Smith, PGeo. Ms. Smith is responsible for all aspects of the work including the quality control/quality assurance program.

Paul Reynolds, PGeo, president of Central, and a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the technical disclosure made in this press release.

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