THE DRILL SERGEANT: Exore Resources (ASX: ERX) reported the latest results from RC drilling at the Antoinette deposit within the company’s Bagoe project, that forms part of its Cote d’Ivoire gold projects.
Exore Resources has completed a Phase One RC drilling program at the Antoinette Central discovery of 62 drill holes designed to infill sections to allow for resource definition, and to test for down-dip extensions along with the step-out drilling along strike to the north and south.
The latest shallow, high-grade intersections from Antoinette Central include:
11m at 11.59 grams per tonne gold from 89m;
15m at 9.96g/t gold from 80m;
8m at 10.33g/t gold from 105m;
21m at 4.32g/t gold from 96m;
5m at 15.64g/t gold from 158m;
18m at 3.34g/t gold from 42m;
9m at 5.11g/t gold from 28m; and
4m at 10.41g/t gold from 63m.
“The RC drilling results we are seeing from Antoinette Central continue to reinforce our view that this is shaping up to be a very exciting, high-grade gold discovery,” Excore Resources managing director Justin Tremain said in the company’s announcement to the Australian Securities Exchange.
“With approximately 9,000 metres of RC drilling completed at Antoinette, we are looking forward to receiving further results and undertaking a second phase of drilling in a few weeks.
“In the meantime, the RC and AC rigs are continuing to operate at Veronique and stepping out in Antoinette region to begin testing some of our many targets within the Bagoe project.
“We are looking forward to reporting initial results from the first ever aircore drilling on the Veronique in the coming days.”