- Breaker Resources (BRB) has received strong results from diamond and reverse circulation (RC) drilling at its Lake Roe Project in WA
- Diamond drilling targeted the area below the one million ounce open pit resource at Bombora and returned gold grades peaking at 26.15g/t
- In the central part of Bombora, a reconnaissance hole intersected a steep lode 800 metres below surface which marks the deepest intercept so far
- Additionally, Breaker is conducting reverse circulation drilling at the Kopai-Crescent prospect, located two kilometres north of Bombora
- The ongoing program is aimed at mapping out the extent of gold mineralisation ahead of a resource update planned for April 2021
- Breaker ended the day up 5.41 per cent and shares are trading at 19.5 cents
Breaker Resources (BRB) has received more results from diamond and reverse circulation (RC) drilling at its Lake Roe Project in Western Australia.
These results are for two diamond holes targeting a 150-metre-wide array of high-grade gold steep lodes below the one-million-ounce open pit resource at Bombora.
Pleasingly, the diamond drilling below the northern part of the resource confirmed the continuity of a two-kilometre-long array of high-grade gold lodes.
Results include 9.15 metres at 7.0g/t gold from 558.85 metres including two metres at 26.15g/t gold and 3.68 metres at 10.58g/t gold from 607 metres including 2.88 metres at 13.03g/t gold.
“These latest results are highly significant because they establish the continuity of high-grade mineralisation over a 2km length directly below the existing 1Moz Resource,” Executive Chairman Tom Sanders said.
In the central part of Bombora, a reconnaissance hole intersected a steep lode 800 metres below surface — marking the deepest intercept so far.
Results include 2.64 metres at 11.7g/t gold from 933.08 metres, including 1.92 metres at 14.03g/t gold.
The results of Bombora indicate high-grade continuity and confirm the growth potential of the nine-kilometre-long gold system.
“The lodes are predictable and repetitive and directly comparable to many well-known mines including the Golden Mile deposit. This augurs extremely well for the resource update we are planning for April 2021,” Tom added.
Breaker has also completed 57 RC holes at the Kopai-Crescent prospect, which is located two kilometres north of Bombora.
Significant results from this program include four metres at 2.36g/t gold from 12 metres and four metres at 2.39g/t gold from 100 metres and 12 metres at 1.16g/t gold from 28 metres.
The program is ongoing and is aimed at mapping out the extent of gold mineralisation ahead of a maiden resource.
Breaker ended the day up 5.41 per cent and shares are trading at 19.5 cents.