Artemis Resources reports high grade intersections from diamond core drilled at Carlow Castle gold-copper project, WA
Artemis Resources Limited (ASX: ARV) today provided an update on recently received assay results from the diamond drill programs at its 100%-owned Carlow Castle gold and copper project in the west Pilbara region of Western Australia.
High grade shoots in the Eastern Zone of Carlow Castle were intersected by five diamond holes to test the continuity of mineralisation down dip and between sections.
7.0m @ 4.7g/t Au, 1.58% Cu, 0.30% Co from 163m to 170m (21CCDD001);
7.0m @ 4.01g/t Au, 0.85% Cu, 0.30% Co from 186m to 193m (21CCDD001);
5m @ 2.88g/t Au, 0.81% Cu, 0.07% Co from 23m to 28m (21CCD002);
7m @ 1.87g/t Au, 1.22% Cu, 0.26% Co from 67m to 74m (21CCD002);
9m @ 1.25g/t Au, 0.96% Cu, 0.10% Co from 103m to 112m (21CCDD003); and
3.8m @ 3.40g/t Au, 3.19% Cu, 0.78% Co from 168.3m to 172.10m (21CCDD005).
An additional two diamond holes were drilled in the Crosscut Zone, one to twin a previous RC hole and another to confirm the structural orientation of the mineralisation.
One hole intersected significant intersections including:
5.0m @ 1.32g/t Au, 1.86% Cu, 0.16% Co from 136m to 141m (21CCDD007).
Alastair Clayton, Executive Director commented:
“These diamond holes, drilled back in May, have helped confirm structure and grades at the Eastern Zone. Importantly the results from the diamond drilling at Crosscut confirm that mineralisation actually strikes to the northwest and dips to southwest. This information has already been used to design the current RC drill program, much of which is targeting the emerging mineralised trend at the Crosscut Zone. We very much look forward to the final assays from the remainder of the May RC drill program as well as the first assays from the current ~11,000m RC program which is already over halfway finished.”