- Great Southern Mining (GSN) reports encouraging drill results from a recently completed aircore program at the Amy Clarke gold prospect in WA
- The stand-out assays was eight metres at 6.7 g/t gold including four metres at 12.5 g/t gold from 32 metres
- The company says the shallow drill intersections show excellent correlation with kilometre-scale gold in soil anomalies and form a newly defined mineralised trend
- Multi-element, bottom-of-hole analysis results are yet to be received, which will then be used to vector in on deep drill targets
- GSN shares are flat 6.5 cents
Great Southern Mining (GSN) has returned encouraging assay results from a recently completed aircore drilling program at the Amy Clarke prospect within its Duketon gold project in Western Australia.
The best of the drill intersections from the regional Amy Clarke target, located 60 kilometres north of Laverton, was eight metres grading 6.7 grams per tonne gold from 32 metres including four metres at 12.5 g/t.
The company said the shallow aircore drill intercepts show excellent correlation with kilometre-scale gold in soil anomalies and pathfinder elements and form a newly defined “coherent” mineralised trend.
Both the scale and strike continuous anomalism highlight the potential of the Amy Clarke prospect to host a significant gold deposit at depth, according to Great Southern.
The company was awaiting bottom-of-hole, multi-element analysis data, which it said would then be used to vector in on deeper drill targets at Amy Clarke.
GSN shares were steady at 6.5 cents at 2:44 pm AEDT.