Killi Resources Confirms High-Grade Gold-Copper at Mt Rawdon West Kaa Target

THE DRILL SERGEANT: Killi Resources (ASX: KLI) declared confirmation of a high-grade gold-copper structure the company’s 100 per cent-owned Mt Rawdon West project in Queensland.

Killi Resources made the announcement om the back of recent surface rock chip sampling that returned high-grade gold and copper results at the Kaa target.

Killi has now extended the trend over 1.8km with results confirming high grade gold-copper-silver mineralisation in association with highly anomalous pathfinder elements of antimony, bismuth, mercury and tellurium.

The sampling returned a very high-grade sample of 238 grams per tonne gold, 2.1 per cent copper and 513g/t silver the company considers being representative of the surface outcrop of a mineralised structure.

“It’s not every day you can walk up to an outcrop and have it return ~ 8oz of gold in assay,” Killi Resources CEO Kathryn Cutler said in the company’s ASX announcement.

“This very high-grade result coupled with multiple other assay results strongly anomalous for gold and copper extend the system considerably and indicate we are likely looking at a previously unrecognised epithermal system.”

Other results included:

14.3g/t gold, 2.2 per cent copper and 907g/t silver;

12.3g/t gold, 0.3 per cent copper and 60g/t silver;

5.89g/t gold, 5.4 per cent copper and 45.7g/t silver;

5.81g/t gold, 1.9 per cent copper and 211g/t silver; and

6.06g/t gold, 1.5 per cent copper and 585g/t silver.

“These results give us confidence to aggressively continue our exploration programs, with an IP Survey and local scale surface mapping currently in progress,” Cutler continued

“We look forward to reporting these results in the next few weeks.”