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  • Moho Resources (MOH) has intersected multiple high-grade gold zones at the East Sampson Dam prospect in Western Australia
  • The company has received results from 12 holes that were drilled as part of the phase two reverse circulation drilling program
  • Results have so far peaked at 15.6g/t gold, however, further results are pending given substantial delays at the laboratory
  • Moho will now complete metallurgical testwork and review the downhole logging and diamond drill data to define the structural controls of the mineralisation
  • Ultimately, the company is aiming to release a resource model and JORC mineral resource estimate for East Sampson Dam in H1 2021
  • Moho is up a slight 1.25 per cent on the market and shares are trading at 8.1 cents

Moho Resources (MOH) has intersected multiple high-grade gold zones at the East Sampson Dam prospect in Western Australia.

East Sampson Dam is part of the Silver Swan North Project, which lies roughly 50 kilometres northeast of Kalgoorlie.

Moho has received results from an additional 12 holes that were drilled as part of the phase two reverse circulation (RC) drilling program.

This program is aiming to define and infill the current resource as well as test for extensions to the north and south.

Best results include six metres at 3.57g/t gold from 83 metres including one metre at 15.6g/t gold from 88 metres, and five metres at 5.95g/t gold from 47 metres including one metre at 15.2g/t gold from 49 metres.

Due to substantial delays at the laboratory, Moho is still waiting on results which will be reported on as they become available.

“The latest RC drilling results have identified a number of high-grade mineralised intervals and new mineralised zones at the East Sampson Dam gold prospect,” Managing Director Shane Sadleir commented.

“This new information, in combination with the ongoing structural control interpretation and geological modelling by Moho’s geologists and consultants, provides further confidence that the prospect has the potential to generate a suitable gold resource which we could provide important cast flow for the company,” he added.

Moho will now complete metallurgical testwork and review the downhole logging and diamond drill data to define the structural controls of the gold mineralisation.

Ultimately, the company is aiming to release a resource model and JORC mineral resource estimate for East Sampson Dam in H1 2021.

Moho is up a slight 1.25 per cent on the market and shares are trading at 8.1 cents at 3:05 pm AEDT.

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