THE DRILL SERGEANT: Cyprium Metals (ASX: CYM) reported further assay results from Reverse Circulation (RC) drilling conducted in January 2021 at the company’s Nanadie Well copper-gold project in Western Australia.
Cyprium Metals released the latest results from the drilling that include the next 38 holes of the 66 hole Phase 1 program.
48 metres at 0.5 per cent copper and 0.1 grams per tonne gold from 12m, including 20m at 1 per cent copper and 0.2g/t gold from 40m, including 2m at 3.8 per cent copper and 0.2g/t gold from 20m and
2m at 2.1 per cent copper and 0.3g/t gold from 46m and
1m at 1.3 per cent copper and 0.7g/t gold from 58m;
40m at 0.8 per cent copper and 0.3g/t gold from 12m, including 9m at 1.6 per cent copper and 0.5g/t gold from 20m; and
27m at 0.8 per cent copper and 0.2g/t gold from 3m, including 7m at 1.6 per cent copper and 0.6g/t gold from 23m, including 4m at 2.4 per cent copper and 1g/t gold from 25m.
“We are pleased to announce the next set of assay results from the January 2021 Nanadie Well supergene RC drilling campaign,” Cyprium Metals executive director Barry Cahill said in the company’s ASX announcement.
“As anticipated, the results are continuing to show an extensive shallow and broad oxide copper-gold mineralisation.
“We are really excited and encouraged from what we are seeing in these assay results from the supergene horizon at Nanadie Well.
“It gives us increasing confidence in the potential of the sulphide mineralisation.
“We are looking forward to the results of the assays of the diamond drill core and results of the downhole geophysics in that part of the mineralised zone.
“We anticipate continued positive news flow over the coming weeks as the results for the remaining RC drill holes are received.”
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