Drilling confirms multiple structural gold targets at Gabanintha
Published by Will Owen,
Global Mining Review,
Bryah Resources Ltd has announced the first results from a recently completed aircore drilling program across the Lady Alma Layered Igneous Complex (LALIC) within the Gabanintha project, which is located approximately 40 km south-southeast of Meekatharra.
The Lady Alma Layered Igneous Complex is an under-explored, yet highly prospective environment with significant potential to host copper-gold-nickel and Platinum Group Elements (PGE) mineralisation.
The joint Bryah/Australian Vanadium Ltd program was undertaken with Exploration Incentive Scheme grant funding of up to AUS$53 000 from the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) as a contribution towards drilling costs.
Commenting on the latest results, Managing Director Neil Marston said:
“There is growing evidence, further supported by these recent gold results from the latest drilling, that cross-faults adjacent to the vanadium-titanium-magnetite deposit at Gabanintha have significant gold potential. The drilling result adds a second structurally located prospect, providing us with an exciting opportunity to further investigate nine targets over the 11 km strike length of the deposit.
“Earlier this year we reported exceptionally high-grade gold assays of 10 m grading 27.5 g/t gold, including a metre at 182 g/t Au within the New Hope Prospect, located about 1.7 km to the north-west of this latest result. These results demonstrate to us that there is excellent gold potential in the area.
“We intend to have a drill rig on site next month to drill at New Hope and we will now put some additional holes in this latest gold discovery area.”
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/mining/19102021/drilling-confirms-multiple-structural-gold-targets-at-gabanintha/
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