THE DRILL SERGEANT: Anglo Australian Resources (ASX: AAR) chairman John Jones sat down with The Resources Roadhouse at the recent 2019 Brisbane Resources Round-up.
Anglo Australian Resources had just reported on progress of reverse circulation (RC) drilling underway at the Mandilla East prospect, part of the company’s 100 per cent-owned Mandilla gold project, located south of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia.
Anglo Australian Resources said the drilling has confirmed good continuity of mineralisation within the existing resource area with some outstanding intersections recorded, including:
99 metres at 1.47 grams per tonne gold from 36m
163m at 1.75g/t gold from 37m, including 90m at 2.45g/t gold from 39m
35m at 1.42g/t gold from 84m
18m at 1.55g/t gold from 67m
8m at 1.09g/t gold from 63m
64m at 0.64 /t gold from 101
58m at 1.52g/t gold from 59 m
1m at 7.72g/t gold from 136m
20m at 2.1g/t gold from 172m
56m at 0.61g/t gold from 72m
32m at 0.75g/t gold from 13m
7m at 2.27g/t gold from 95m
17m at 0.75g/t gold from 142m
6m at 2.05g/t gold from 91m
40m at 0.63g/t gold from 136m
56m at 1.36g/t gold from 101m, including 1m at 42.35g/t gold from 143m
4m at 1.82g/t gold from 191m
“These new assay results continue to deliver excellent widths and grade, confirming that the Mandilla Gold Project has an extensive strike length whilst remaining open at depth,” Anglo Australian Resources chairman John Jones said in the company’s announcement to the Australian Securities Exchange.
“Ongoing drill campaigns will likely continue to expand the footprint of the syenite-hosted gold mineralized system.
“All the evidence to date points to there being significant potential for bulk open-pit mining style mineralisation at Mandilla.”