THE DRILL SERGEANT: Vango Mining (ASX: VAN) announced further broad and high-grade gold intersections from a recently completed extension drilling program at the Cinnamon gold deposit, at the company’s 100 per cent‐owned Marymia gold project in the Mid-West region of Western Australia.
Vango Mining completed a two hole diamond drill program at Cinnamon designed to test down-plunge extensions of broad and high-grade gold zones associated with a plunging flexure in the conglomerate hosted mineralised structure.
The company has received assay results from the first hole, which it declared to have confirmed the presence of a broad zone of high-grade gold mineralisation, down-plunge from previous drilling intersections and open down-plunge to the west.
2 metres at 9.5 grams per tonne gold from 96m;
18m at 3.1g/t gold from 155m, including 4m at 4.59g/t gold from 162m;
2m at 4.04g/t gold from 185m; and
3m at 1.42g/t gold from 193m.
“These latest high-grade gold intersections at Cinnamon are highly significant to the company’s exploration and development strategy at the Marymia project, which aims to build a substantial resource inventory for processing at a proposed stand-alone gold mining and processing operation,” Vango Mining said in its ASX announcement.