DRILL PROGRAM AT ROSE OF DENMARK GOLD MINE RETURNS FURTHER SIGNIFICANT HIGH-GRADE GOLD RESULTS
AuStar Gold Limited (ASX: AUL) (‘AuStar’ or ‘the Company’) provides the following update in relation to its current drilling program at the Rose of Denmark gold mine:
This is the fourth announcement of significant assays from the ongoing drill program at Rose of Denmark (‘RoD’) gold mine
Latest significant assays include:
These results are part of significant widths identified by the drilling (see table 1.). They increase management’s confidence in identifying:
ROD021 1.3m @ 45.4 g/t from 0.5m, including 0.4m @ 144.5g/t
ROD021 5.3m @ 7.2 g/t from 12m, including 0.5m @ 70.1g/t
ROD021 1.5m @ 28.2 g/t from 23.2m, including 0.5m @ 50.8g/t
ROD010 1.45m @ 27.2 g/t from 7.4m, including 0.5m @ 61.6g/t
ROD010 1.1m @ 9.3 g/t from 42.4m
ROD019 1.3m @ 4.8 g/t from 21.1m
Results provide further encouragement to develop a bulk sample at the RoD gold mine.
new areas of gold mineralisation within the mine, and
payable gold zones that were previously thought to be uneconomic by early miners.
CEO Mr Tom de Vries said “This is the fourth in a series of announcements since January 2018, reporting high grade gold assays from our drill program at Rose of Denmark mine.
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