THE DRILL SERGEANT: Kin Mining (ASX: KIN) declared RC drilling has extended mineralisation at the company’s Leonora Gold Project (LGP) in Western Australia.
Kin Mining is conducting the drilling targeting high-grade extensions at two key deposits; Helens and Lewis, both located within the Cardinia Mining Centre.
The company announced the RC drilling has confirmed in excess of 100 metres of high-grade gold mineralisation along strike at both Helens and Helens East deposits.
The mineralisation now extends at depth well below the proposed open pits and the system remains open.
2 metres at 18.5 grams per tonne gold from 5m, including 1m at 35g/t gold, and 2m at 3.34g/t gold from 88m to End of Hole;
5m at 5g/t gold from 80m, including 1m at 15g/t gold; and
3m at 3.7g/t gold from 72m, including 1m at 8g/t gold.
Assay results from drilling at the Fiona prospect immediately north of HE17RC128 are awaited.
Further RC Drilling is currently underway at the nearby East Lynne deposit, designed to test bonanza results intersected in hole EL17RC003 of 3m at 209g/t gold, from surface, which included o 1m at 551g/t gold.
“Current drilling is designed to test open extensions of mineralised ore shoots at Cardinia,” Kin Mining said in its ASZX announcement.
“Our team is extremely pleased to announce that initial results from the current drilling campaign at the Helens Resource area have intersected significant mineralisation that confirms gold mineralisation outside the current pit designs.”