THE DRILL SERGEANT: Cazaly Resources (ASX: CAZ) received assay results from a recent drilling campaign carried out at the Mount Angelo North copper-zinc project located within the company’s Halls Creek copper project in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Cazaly Resources completed seven RC drillholes at Mount Angelo North in June to test the continuity of shallow copper-zinc mineralisation and explore the potential extensions to known sulphide mineralisation along strike and down dip.
One RC drill hole with a diamond drill hole tail was also drilled to test a previously defined downhole electromagnetic (EM) target.
The company declared the RC results had confirmed good, consistent high-grade copper-zinc mineralisation and marginally extended the known limits of the deposit.
The drilling, and recent re-modelling also highlighted a potential new down plunge position for zinc mineralisation.
Maximum single metre values returned from the drilling included:
37.9 per cent copper, 4.1 per cent zinc, 1.2 per cent lead, 63 grams per tonne silver and 1.57g/t gold.
This was the first drilling to be conducted at the project since Cazaly acquired full control of the project.
“The results are excellent and extend the known mineralisation at Mount Angelo North whilst confirming the high-grade continuity of the deposit,” Cazaly Resources CEO Tara French said in the company’s ASX announcement.
“We are now looking forward to updating the resource and further exploring the wider region for further mineralisation.”
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