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Lexington Gold commences drilling programme

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Lexington Gold, a exploration and development company with projects in North and South Carolina, USA, has announce that drilling operations have commenced on its 5000 m reverse circulation (RC) drilling programme.

As announced on 25 August 2021, the drilling programme will consist of a minimum of 5000 m of RC drilling across both the Carolina Belle Project and Jones-Keystone-Loflin (JKL) Project (both the Loflin and Jones-Keystone deposits). Drilling has now commenced initially on the Carolina Belle Project.

Bernard Olivier, Lexington Gold's CEO, commented: “We are excited to have commenced our latest 5000 m RC drilling campaign. The exploration drilling campaign at Carolina Belle will include drilling down-dip and along strike from the historic Iola and Uwarra gold mining operations, drill testing other historical gold workings, as well as drill testing of anomalies identified through geophysics and surface sampling. Drilling at JKL will aim to expand the maiden resource estimate recently established for Loflin, establish a maiden resource estimate for Jones-Keystone and drill test additional targets in the JKL project area.

“We look forward to updating the market as drilling progresses and results are received over the coming months.”

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