Nanicup Bridge

Gold mineralisation has been identified over a strike length of 20km at the Nanicup Bridge prospect, which is located 30km east of the Katanning Gold Project (“KGP”).  Past exploration drilling intersected a large geochemical anomaly centred around a large structure parallel to the one controlling the KGP.  Past drilling intersected a potassic alteration zone with variable sulphide contents including pyrite, chalcopyrite, bismuthinite and molybdenite. 

Significant intercepts from historical RAB drilling include:

  • 3m@ 11.26 g/t Au from 0m in 01NBV082
  • 6m @ 2.98 g/t Au including 3m @ 4.14 g/t Au from 15m in 01NBVR149
  • 9m@ 1.74 g/t Au from 12m including 6m @ 2.53 g/t Au from 6m in 01NBVR011
  • 6m @ 1.66 g/t Au from 24m in 01NBVR377
  • 6m @ 1.18 g/t Au from 21m in 01NBVR128

Significant RC drill intercepts include:

  • 15m @ 1.03g/t Au from 51m in 01NBRC008
  • 4m @ 2.28g/t Au from 10m and 5.7m @ 1.85g/t Au from 25.7m in 04NBDH004
  • 3m @ 2.44g/t Au from 87m and 9m @ 0.79 g/t Au from 102m in 03NBRC009
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