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Mandalay Resources Corporation Increases Gold Reserves by 41% and Antimony Reserves by 108% in 2013

February 13, 2014

TORONTO, Feb. 13, 2014 /CNW/ – Mandalay Resources Corporation
(“Mandalay” or the “Company”) (TSX: MND) is pleased to announce that
its 2013 exploration and acquisition efforts have resulted in a
significant increase in Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves. Cerro
Bayo replaced mined reserves during the year and generated a large
boost in Inferred Resources from the recently announce drilling for
extensions to Fabiola and Yasna veins. Costerfield Reserves increased
due to the conversion of a significant amount of Inferred Resource in
the Cuffley and N Lodes through a combination of infill drilling and
first mine development. The major boost in Inferred Resource of silver
came from inclusion of Inferred Resources at the recently acquired
Challacollo project. La Quebrada Resources were unchanged during the
year.

In the Proven and Probable Reserve category, contained gold (“Au”)
increased by 41%, contained silver (“Ag”) declined by 2% and contained
antimony (“Sb”) increased by 108%. In the Measured and Indicated
Resource category, contained Au increased by 31%, contained Ag
increased by 18%, contained Sb increased by 52% and contained copper
(“Cu”) was unchanged. In the Inferred Resource category, contained Au
increased by 26%, contained Ag increased by 811%, contained Sb
increased by 13%, and contained Cu was unchanged. All changes are net
of mine depletion at year-end 2013.

Table 1: Mandalay Total Mineral Reserves effective as of December 31,
2013

     _____________________________________________________________________
    |        |                  2013      |                    2012       |
    |________|____________________________|_______________________________|
    |Category|  Au   |    Ag    |   Sb    |    Au    |    Ag    |   Sb    |
    |        |(cont. |(cont. oz)|(cont. t)|(cont. oz)|(cont. oz)|(cont. t)|
    |        |  oz)  |          |         |          |          |         |
    |________|_______|__________|_________|__________|__________|_________|
    |Proven  | 61,000| 4,705,000|    3,000|    47,000| 4,803,000|    3,100|
    |________|_______|__________|_________|__________|__________|_________|
    |Probable|240,000|13,197,000|   12,000|   167,000|13,447,000|    4,100|
    |________|_______|__________|_________|__________|__________|_________|
    |Proven +|301,000|17,902,000|   15,000|   214,000|18,250,000|    7,200|
    |Probable|       |          |         |          |          |         |
    |________|_______|__________|_________|__________|__________|_________|

Notes:

      1. Reserves are contained in Cerro Bayo and Costerfield properties
         only.
      2. See tables 4 and 6 for details of Proven and Probable Reserve
         tonnages and grades at each property, including cut-off grades and
         Qualified Persons.
      3. Numbers may not add due to rounding.

Table 2: Mandalay Total Mineral Resources, Inclusive of Mineral Reserves


effective as of December 31, 2013

     _____________________________________________________________________________________
    |         |                        2013         |                        2012         |
    |_________|_____________________________________|_____________________________________|
    |Category |  Au   |    Ag    |  Sb  |    Cu     |  Au   |    Ag    |  Sb  |    Cu     |
    |         |(cont. |(cont. oz)|(cont.|(cont. lb) |(cont. |(cont. oz)|(cont.|(cont. lb) |
    |         |  oz)  |          |  t)  |           |  oz)  |          |  t)  |           |
    |_________|_______|__________|______|___________|_______|__________|______|___________|
    |Measured | 99,000| 5,596,000| 8,000|          -| 76,000| 5,521,000| 8,200|          -|
    |_________|_______|__________|______|___________|_______|__________|______|___________|
    |Indicated|367,000|35,372,000|22,000|459,000,000|278,000|27,954,000|12,900|459,000,000|
    |_________|_______|__________|______|___________|_______|__________|______|___________|
    |Measured |465,000|40,968,000|32,000|459,000,000|355,000|33,475,000|21,100|459,000,000|
    |+        |       |          |      |           |       |          |      |           |
    |Indicated|       |          |      |           |       |          |      |           |
    |_________|_______|__________|______|___________|_______|__________|______|___________|
    |Inferred |221,000|30,280,000|22,000| 13,000,000|175,000| 3,322,000|19,500| 13,000,000|
    |_________|_______|__________|______|___________|_______|__________|______|___________|

Notes:

      1. See tables 3, 5, 7 and 8 for details of tonnages and grades at
         each property.
      2. Contained copper derives only from La Quebrada.
      3. Mineral Reserves have not yet been estimated for Challacollo or La
         Quebrada.
      4. Numbers may not add due to rounding.

Details of the NI 43-101 compliant Resource and Reserve estimates at
each property are given below. They have been performed and/or verified
by independent third parties: Roscoe Postle Associates Inc. (“RPA”) at
Cerro Bayo and Challacollo, SRK Consulting (Australasia) Pty Ltd.
(“SRK”) at Costerfield, and Michael Easdon at La Quebrada. The La
Quebrada Mineral Resource estimate is fully documented in a Technical
Report filed August 16, 2012 on www.sedar.com. The Challacollo Mineral Resource estimate is fully documented in a
Technical Report filed February 7, 2014, on www.sedar.com. The year-end 2013 estimates of Mineral Resources and Reserves at the
Cerro Bayo and Costerfield mines will be fully documented in
independent Technical Reports to be filed on www.sedar.com within 45 days of this press release.

Brad Mills, CEO of Mandalay, commented, “Mandalay’s strategy of
reinvesting operational cash flow in exploration was successful once
again in 2013. Cerro Bayo, initially acquired in 2010 and restarted
with a nominal mine life of three years based on Proven and Probable
Reserves at the time, replaced 2013 depletion and now has a nominal
life of approximately six years after three years of production.
Costerfield converted most of the potential Measured, Indicated, and
Inferred mill feed documented in the Preliminary Economic Analysis
(“PEA”) of mining the Cuffley lode (see press release dated September
10, 2013) to Mineral Reserves; it has extended its mine life to over
three years at the current higher production rates.”

Mr. Mills continued, “At Cerro Bayo, the Company has expanded existing
Mineral Reserves in the Marcela, Coyita, Delia NW, and Yasna veins. In
addition, it added Mineral Reserves at two new veins that previously
had none, Trinidad and Raul. Significantly, as previously reported (see
press release of January 15, 2014) two of three widely spaced diamond
drill holes drilled into Fabiola and Yasna veins intersected high-grade
mineralized zones in both target veins up to 500 m along strike from
existing Mineral Reserves. The extensions of these two veins now have
been preliminarily estimated to contain some 3.5 million ounces of
Inferred Resources at well above average silver and gold grades from
the very limited drilling completed to date. Follow-up drilling to
determine the size of the shoots is underway now.”

Mr. Mills further commented, “At Costerfield, the Company focused
drilling in the first half of the year on expanding Mineral Resources
for the Cuffley PEA, and in the second half of the year on converting
those Resources to Mineral Reserves. With a growing mine life ahead of
us, we are now turning our attention to drill testing several
kilometres of favorable strike length where previous wide-spaced
drilling intersected veins of potentially economic grade over
potentially mineable widths.

Concluding his remarks, Mr. Mills said, “Finally, in addition to growing
resources and reserves through mine site exploration, we added 8
million oz Ag of Indicated and 24.3 million oz Ag of Inferred Resource
with our acquisition of the Challacollo property in Chile. We have
embarked on a 12 month study to determine the feasibility of building
an underground mine and processing facility at the property. Based on a
successful conclusion of this study we would expect most of the
resources to convert to reserves in time for our next annual update.”

Cerro Bayo 2013 Exploration and Resulting Reserves and Resources

During 2013, Mandalay drilled approximately 37,543 metres (“m”) of
diamond core at a cost of US$4.77 million in the Yasna, Fabiola,
Bianca, Dagny, Delia NW, Coyita, Trinidad, Marcela Sur and Raul veins.
As well, mapping and closely spaced sampling along 6,751 m of vein
drive advance in the Bianca, Dagny, Fabiola, Yasna, and Delia NW veins,
5,395 m of which were in mineralization, formed the basis for upgrading
previously Indicated and Inferred Mineral Resources to Measured Mineral
Resources, and subsequently Proven Mineral Reserves. In addition, Raul
and Trinidad veins were incorporated into Mineral Resources and Mineral
Reserves.

Drill core was logged and sampled by Mandalay geologists and both core
and mine samples were assayed on-site at the Compañia Minera Cerro Bayo
laboratory. The Cerro Bayo laboratory, which was audited in 2011 by SGS
Lakefield Research Ltd., routinely sends check samples to ALS
Laboratory (an ISO 9001:2008 and ISO/IEC 17025:2005 certified
laboratory) in La Serena, Chile consistent with quality assurance and
quality control (“QA/QC”) practices established by Mandalay.

Core and mine sample data was entered into Vulcan software and vein
walls were interpreted manually in a wireframe model. Gold values for
the diamond drill holes and channel samples were capped at a range of
10 grams per tonne (“g/t”) to 70 g/t; silver values were capped at a
range of 1,000 g/t to 6,000 g/t (and 10,000 g/t for a Dagny vein
high-grade envelope) before compositing across the vein width. A bulk
density of 2.63 t/m(3) was used. Grades for gold and silver for each resource block were
estimated by the inverse distance cubed method. Parent block (length x
1m x 1m) and sub block (0.1m x 1m x 1m) sizes were used with a
resultant block size of the vein width x 1m x 1m.

Mineral Resources were estimated at a cut-off grade of 163 g/t Ag
equivalent (“AgEq”) grade (using US$1,400/oz Au and US$24/oz Ag) over a
minimum vein width of 1.2 m. AgEq is calculated using the formula AgEq=
Ag + (Au x 59.64) where Ag and Au are in grams per tonne.

Table 3: Mineral Resources at Cerro Bayo, Inclusive of Mineral Reserves,
as of December 31, 2013

     ____________________________________________________________
    |Category  |  Tonnes |Au Grade|Ag Grade|    Au    |    Ag    |
    |          |    (t)  | (g/t)  | (g/t)  |(cont. oz)|(cont. oz)|
    |          |         |        |        |  ('000)  |  ('000)  |
    |__________|_________|________|________|__________|__________|
    |Measured  |  411,000|     3.6|     423|    48,000| 5,596,000|
    |__________|_________|________|________|__________|__________|
    |Indicated |1,633,000|     3.2|     308|   167,000|16,172,000|
    |__________|_________|________|________|__________|__________|
    |Measured +|2,044,000|     3.3|     331|   214,000|21,768,000|
    |Indicated |         |        |        |          |          |
    |__________|_________|________|________|__________|__________|
    |Inferred  |  433,000|     3.3|     400|    46,000| 5,580,000|
    |__________|_________|________|________|__________|__________|

Notes:

      1. Canadian Institute of Mining ("CIM") standards were followed for
         estimating Mineral Resources.
      2. The Independent Qualified Person for the Cerro Bayo Mineral
         Resource estimate is Rosmery Julia Cardenas Barzola, MAusIMM (CP
         Geo), RPA, who is a Qualified Person as defined by National
         Instrument 43-101 ("NI 43-101").
      3. Mineral Resources are estimated at a cut-off grade of 163 g/t
         AgEq. AgEq is calculated using the formula AgEq= Ag + (Au x 61.64)
         where Ag and Au are in grams per tonne.
      4. Wireframe vein models were used to constrain the Cerro Bayo
         Resources.
      5. Mineral Resources were estimated using US$1,400 per oz. Au and
         US$24 per oz. Ag
      6. A minimum vein width of 1.2 m was used.
      7. A bulk density of 2.63 t/m3 was used.
      8. No legal, political, environmental, or other risks are known to
         the above referenced Qualified Person that could materially affect
         the potential development of the mineral resources reported above.
      9. Mineral Resources are inclusive of Mineral Reserves.
     10. Numbers may not add due to rounding.

From this resource, a mine plan was designed based only on Measured and
Indicated Resources using the same blast hole open stoping method as
employed in the current operation. Silver price of $20/oz and gold
price of $1,200/oz were used to estimate cut-off grades and test
financial viability. A cut-off grade of 200 g/t AgEq and a minimum
mining width of 2.4 m were used, with planned and unplanned dilution at
variable grade depending on the vein.

Table 4: Mineral Reserves at Cerro Bayo, as of December 31, 2013

     ___________________________________________________________________
    |Category         |  Tonnes |Au Grade|Ag Grade|    Au    |    Ag    |
    |                 |    (t)  | (g/t)  | (g/t)  |(cont. oz)|(cont. oz)|
    |_________________|_________|________|________|__________|__________|
    |Proven           |  516,000|     2.5|     283|    41,000| 4,705,000|
    |_________________|_________|________|________|__________|__________|
    |Probable         |1,967,000|     2.1|     209|   134,000|13,197,000|
    |_________________|_________|________|________|__________|__________|
    |Proven + Probable|2,483,000|     2.2|     224|   174,000|17,901,000|
    |_________________|_________|________|________|__________|__________|

Notes:

      1. CIM standards were followed for estimating Mineral Reserves.
      2. The Independent Qualified Person for the Cerro Bayo Mineral
         Reserves estimates is Normand Lecuyer, P. Eng., RPA, who is a
         Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101.
      3. Mineral Reserves are estimated at a cut-off grade of 200 g/t AgEq
         (silver equivalent). AgEq is calculated using the formula AgEq= Ag
         + (Au x 61.64) where Ag and Au are in grams per tonne.  Metal
         prices for determining cut-off grades were US$1,200/oz Au and
         $20/oz Ag.
      4. Profitability of Mineral Reserves were estimated using a long-term
         gold price of US$1,200 per ounce and a long-term silver price of
         US$20 per ounce.
      5. Veins are diluted to 2.4 m minimum mining width.
      6. A bulk density of 2.63 t/m3 was used.
      7. Dilution grades vary by vein.
      8. No legal, political, environmental, or other risks are known to
         the above referenced Qualified Person that could materially affect
         the potential development of the mineral reserves reported above.
      9. Numbers may not add due to rounding.

Reserves are net of mine depletion as of December 31, 2013. The $4.8
million 2013 exploration cost divided by the 3.2 million AgEq oz added
represents US$1.50/oz Ag added to Proven and Probable Reserves.

Costerfield 2013 Exploration and Resulting Mineral Resources and
Reserves

During 2013, Mandalay drilled approximately 20,000 m of diamond core for
US$4.8 million. Virtually all of the drilling extended or infilled
Mineral Resources in W, N, and Cuffley lodes. In addition, the Company
completed 5,988 m of operating development and mine sampling, mostly in
N and Cuffley lodes, 5,038 m of which were in ore.

Drill core was logged and sampled by Costerfield geologists, who also
performed mine sampling. All samples were sent to commercial labs for
sample preparation and assay. Site geological and metallurgical
personnel have implemented a QA/QC process that includes the regular
submission of standard reference materials and blanks with drill and
face samples submitted for assay to Onsite Labs in Bendigo, Victoria,
Australia. Standard reference materials have been certified by Geostats
Pty Ltd.

Core and mine sampling data were entered into Datamine software and
composited to true vein width after applying a top cut of 150 g/t to
the gold grades. Gold, antimony and lode thickness were estimated into
a two dimensional block model for each lode using ordinary kriging.

Mineral Resources were estimated at a cut-off grade of 3.9 g/t Au
equivalent (“AuEq”) grade (using US$1,400/oz Au and US$12,000/t Sb)
over a minimum vein width of 1.2 m. AgEq is calculated using the
formula AuEq= Au + (Sb x 1.99) where Sb is in % and Au is in grams per
tonne.

Table 5: Mineral Resources at Costerfield, Inclusive of Mineral
Reserves, as of December 31, 2013

     ___________________________________________________________________
    |         Category   |Tonnes |Au Grade|Sb Grade|    Au    |   Sb    |
    |                    |  (t)  | (g/t)  |  (%)   |(cont. oz)|(cont. t)|
    |____________________|_______|________|________|__________|_________|
    |Measured            |191,000|     8.4|     4.3|    51,000|    8,000|
    |____________________|_______|________|________|__________|_________|
    |Indicated           |605,000|     9.6|     3.7|   187,000|   22,000|
    |____________________|_______|________|________|__________|_________|
    |Measured + Indicated|796,000|     9.3|     4.1|   238,000|   32,000|
    |____________________|_______|________|________|__________|_________|
    |Inferred            |569,000|     7.4|     3.8|   135,000|   22,000|
    |____________________|_______|________|________|__________|_________|

Notes:

      1. CIM definitions followed for classification of Measured,
         Indicated, and Inferred Resources.
      2. Mineral Resources estimated as of December 31, 2013, and depleted
         for production through December 31, 2013.
      3. Mineral Resources stated according to CIM guidelines and include
         Mineral Reserves.
      4. Tonnes resource and Sb rounded to nearest thousand; oz Au rounded
         to nearest thousand.
      5. Numbers may not add due to rounding.
      6. A 3.9 g/t Au Equivalent (AuEq) cut-off grade over a minimum mining
         width of 1.2 m is applied where AuEq. is calculated at a gold
         price of $1,400/oz and an antimony price of $12,000/t.
      7. The Au Equivalent value (AuEq) is calculated using the formula:
         AuEq = Au g/t + 1.99 * Sb %
      8. The cut-off grade has increased from 3.6 g/t AuEq used in the June
         31, 2013, Mineral Resource estimate due to changes in the minimum
         mining width, metal price assumptions, updated costings,
         recoveries and other assumptions.
      9. The Brunswick Mineral Resource has not been re-estimated since it
         was reported in Frederickson, D., 2009, Costerfield Gold and
         Antimony Project, Augusta and Brunswick Deposits. Frederickson
         Geological Solutions Pty Ltd.
     10. Previously reported Indicated Resources for the Brunswick Deposit
         have been classified as Inferred by SRK here. A review of the
         available data could not support the Indicated classification due
         to discrepancies in the QA/QC data as previously reported in
         Frederickson, 2009 and the lack of reconciliation data.
     11. The Mineral Resource estimation for Augusta and Cuffley deposits
         was performed by Bob Lidbury, fulltime employee of SRK Consulting,
         BSc, MAIG, who is a qualified person under NI 43-101 and is the
         Competent Person for the Augusta and Cuffley Mineral Resource
         Estimates.
     12. Bob Lidbury, BSc, MAIG, fulltime employee of SRK Consulting is a
         qualified person under NI 43-101 and is the Competent Person for
         the Brunswick Mineral Resource Estimate.

From the Mineral Resource, a mine plan was designed based only on
Measured and Indicated Resource blocks using predominantly the cemented
rock fill blast hole stoping method. A cut-off grade of 5.0 g/t AuEq
and minimum mining widths of 1.8 m were used, with planned and
unplanned dilution at zero grade. Financial viability of Proven and
Probable Mineral Reserves was demonstrated at metal prices of
US$1,200/oz Au and US$10,000/t Sb prices.

Table 6: Mineral Reserves at Costerfield, as of December 31, 2013

     __________________________________________________________
    |      Category   |Tonnes |Au Grade|Sb Grade|   Au  |   Sb |
    |                 |  (t)  | (g/t)  |  (%)   |  (oz) |  (t) |
    |_________________|_______|________|________|_______|______|
    |Proven           | 71,000|     8.3|     4.4| 20,000| 3,000|
    |_________________|_______|________|________|_______|______|
    |Probable         |350,000|     9.4|     3.4|106,000|12,000|
    |_________________|_______|________|________|_______|______|
    |Proven + Probable|420,000|     9.2|     3.6|126,000|15,000|
    |_________________|_______|________|________|_______|______|

Notes:

      1. CIM definitions followed for classification of Proven and Probable
         Reserves.
      2. Mineral Reserve estimated as of December 31, 2013, and depleted
         for production through December 31, 2013.
      3. Tonnes and Ounces are rounded to the nearest thousand; contained
         antimony rounded to nearest hundred.
      4. Totals are subject to rounding error.
      5. Lodes have been diluted to a minimum mining width of 1.8 m
      6. A 5.0 g/t Au Equivalent (AuEq) cut-off grade.
      7. Commodity prices applied are gold price of $1,200/oz, antimony
         price of $10,000/t and exchange rate USD:AUD of 0.9.
      8. The Au Equivalent value (AuEq) is calculated using the formula:
         AuEq = Au g/t + 1.99 * Sb %.
      9. The cut-off grade has increased from 4.7 g/t AuEq used in the
         December 2012 Mineral Reserve Estimate.
     10. The Mineral Reserve is a subset, a Measured and Indicated only
         Schedule, of a Life of Mine Plan that includes mining plan of
         Measured, Indicated and Inferred Resources
     11. The Mineral Reserve estimate was prepared by Peter Fairfield, SRK
         Consulting, FAusIMM, who is a qualified person under NI 43-101.

The net increase of 140,000 oz AuEq in Proven and Probable Reserves for
2013 consists of a total of 223,000 oz AuEq added to Reserves,
partially offset by the 83,000 oz that were depleted. The $4.8 million
2013 exploration cost divided by the 223,000 oz added represents
US$21/oz Au Eq. added to Proven and Probable Reserves.

Challacollo 2013 Resources

For completeness, the Mineral Resources table for the Challacollo
property is reproduced below from the Technical Report dated February
7, 2014, and filed on www.sedar.com. No further drilling or sampling has been performed on the project
since that report.

Table 7: Mineral Resources at Challacollo as of December 31, 2013

     ____________________________________________________________
    | Category |  Tonnes |Au Grade|Ag Grade|    Au    |    Ag    |
    |          |    (t)  | (g/t)  | (g/t)  |(cont. oz)|(cont. oz)|
    |__________|_________|________|________|__________|__________|
    |Measured  |        -|       -|       -|         -|         -|
    |__________|_________|________|________|__________|__________|
    |Indicated |1,030,000|     0.4|     242|    13,000| 8,000,000|
    |__________|_________|________|________|__________|__________|
    |Measured +|1,030,000|     0.4|     242|    13,000| 8,000,000|
    |Indicated |         |        |        |          |          |
    |__________|_________|________|________|__________|__________|
    |Inferred  |3,900,000|     0.3|     193|    40,000|24,300,000|
    |__________|_________|________|________|__________|__________|

Notes:

      1. CIM definitions were followed for classification of Mineral
         Resources.
      2. Mineral Resources are estimated at a silver equivalent (AgEq)
         cut-off grade of 110 g/t.
      3. Mineral Resources are estimated using a silver price of US$24/oz
         and a gold price of US$1,400 per ounce.
      4. High silver and gold assay values were capped to 700 g/t Ag and
         3.0 g/t Au, respectively.
      5. A density of 2.4 g/cm³ was used.
      6. The silver equivalent equation is AgEq = g/t Ag + 63.97 * g/t Au.
      7. Numbers may not add due to rounding

La Quebrada 2012 Resources

For completeness, the Mineral Resources table for the La Quebrada
property is reproduced below from the Technical Report dated August 16,
2012, and filed on www.sedar.com. No further drilling or sampling has been performed on the project
through December 31, 2013.

Table 8: Mineral Resources at La Quebrada, as of December 31, 2013

     ______________________________________________________________
    | Category |   Tonnes |Cu Grade|Ag Grade|    Cu     |    Ag    |
    |          |    (t)   |  (%)   | (g/t)  |(cont. lb) |(cont. oz)|
    |__________|__________|________|________|___________|__________|
    |Measured  |         -|       -|       -|          -|         -|
    |__________|__________|________|________|___________|__________|
    |Indicated |34,800,000|     0.6|      10|459,000,000|11,200,000|
    |__________|__________|________|________|___________|__________|
    |Measured +|34,800,000|     0.6|      10|459,000,000|11,200,000|
    |Indicated |          |        |        |           |          |
    |__________|__________|________|________|___________|__________|
    |Inferred  | 1,000,000|     0.6|      11| 13,000,000|   400,000|
    |__________|__________|________|________|___________|__________|

Notes:

      1. CIM definitions were followed for classification of Measured,
         Indicated and Inferred Mineral Resources.
      2. The La Quebrada Mineral Resource estimate was prepared under the
         supervision of Ronald Luethe, an Idaho registered Professional
         Geologist and an AIPG Certified Professional Geologist and a
         Qualified Person under NI 43-101; it was reviewed and verified by
         Michael Easdon, an Oregon Registered Professional Geologist (No.
         243), an AIPG Member (CPG-07646), and an Independent Qualified
         Person under NI 43-101.
      3. Mineral Resources are estimated using Inverse Distance Cubed
         interpolation into 25m x 25m x replacement bed thickness blocks,
         with grade estimates for each replacement bed based only on
         composites from the same replacement bed.
      4. Inferred Resource is defined by a minimum of one drill hole within
         a search radius of 300 m in the same replacement bed.
      5. Indicated Resource is defined be at least two drill holes within a
         search radius of 300 m in the same replacement bed.
      6. Mineral Resources are reported at a cut-off grade and thickness of
         0.3% Cu over 3 m.
      7. A bulk density of 2.71 t/m3 was used.
      8. Numbers may not add due to rounding.

Qualified Persons:

For Cerro Bayo: Normand Lecuyer., P. Eng. and Rosmery Julia Cardenas
Barzola, MAusIMM (CP Geo), both of Roscoe Postle Associates and both
Independent Qualified Persons under NI 43-101, conducted the Mineral
Reserve and Mineral Resource estimations reported here and have
reviewed and approved the technical and scientific information on Cerro
Bayo contained in this release.

For Costerfield: Peter Fairfield, Principal Consultant with SRK
Consulting (Australasia) Pty Ltd; BEng (Mining), FAusIMM (No: 106754),
and a Qualified Person as defined in NI 43-101, conducted the Mineral
Reserve estimation reported here and has reviewed and approved the
Mineral Reserve information contained in this press release. Bob
Lidbury, Senior Consultant (Resource Geology) with SRK Consulting
(Australasia) Pty Ltd, BSc, MAIG and a Qualified Person as defined in
NI 43-101, conducted the resource estimation reported here and has
reviewed and approved the resource information contained in this
release.

For Challacollo, Luke Evans, M.Sc., P. Eng., of Roscoe Postle Associates
and Independent Qualified Person under NI 43-101 has reviewed and
approved the technical and scientific information on Challacollo
contained in this release.

For La Quebrada: Michael Easdon, an Oregon Registered Professional
Geologist (No. 243), an AIPG Member (CPG-07646), and an Independent
Qualified Person under NI 43-101 reviewed and approved the technical
and scientific information on La Quebrada contained in the March 6,
2013 release, which is reproduced in this release.

About Mandalay Resources Corporation:

Mandalay Resources is a Canadian-based natural resource company with
producing assets in Australia and producing and exploration projects in
Chile. The Company is focused on executing a roll-up strategy, creating
critical mass by aggregating advanced or in-production gold, copper,
silver and antimony projects in Australia and the Americas to generate
near-term cash flow and shareholder value.

Forward-Looking Statements:

This news release contains “forward-looking statements” within the
meaning of applicable securities laws, including statements regarding
the Company’s mineral resources, mineral reserves, planned 2014
exploration program, and its contemplated expansion and development
activities. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on
forward-looking statements. Actual results and developments may differ
materially from those contemplated by these statements depending on,
among other things, changes in commodity prices and general market and
economic conditions. The factors identified above are not intended to
represent a complete list of the factors that could affect Mandalay. A
description of additional risks that could result in actual results and
developments differing from those contemplated by forward-looking
statements in this news release can be found under the heading “Risk
Factors” in Mandalay’s annual information form dated March 27, 2013, a
copy of which is available under Mandalay’s profile at www.sedar.com. In addition, there can be no assurance that any current or future
inferred resources that are discovered as a result of additional
drilling will ever be upgraded to proven or probable reserves.
Although Mandalay has attempted to identify important factors that
could cause actual actions, events or results to differ materially from
those described in forward-looking statements, there may be other
factors that cause actions, events or results not to be as anticipated,
estimated or intended. There can be no assurance that forward-looking
statements will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future
events could differ materially from those anticipated in such
statements. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on
forward-looking statements.

SOURCE Mandalay Resources Corporation


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