More high-grade gold at depth for Bardoc

more high grade gold at depth for bardoc

Sumary of More high-grade gold at depth for Bardoc:

  • Credit: FileShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the LinkBardoc Gold has nailed down a tranche of high-grade gold hits at depth that sit outside of the current underground resource at its Zoroastrian gold deposit near Kalgoorlie in Western Australia.
  • Significant hits from recent drilling include a 7.22m section grading 3.45 grams per tonne gold from 214.9m downhole with a 0.2m super high-grade parcel grading a bonanza 166g/t gold or over 5 ounces to the tonne.
  • Other significant results intersected in recent drilling include 9.62m going 5.13g/t gold from 199.46m downhole, 4.2m grading 6.08g/t gold from 279.25m and 3.4m at 7.11g/t gold from 152.5m downhole.
  • Drilling targeted and successfully intercepted an extension to the Bank of England footwall gold lode at depth, part of Bardoc’s cornerstone Zoroastrian deposit.
  • The current mineral resource estimate at Zoroastrian which excludes the recent extensional high-grade hits currently sits at a formidable 7.5 million tonnes grading 2.2g/t gold for a total of 530,000 ounces of gold.
  • Bardoc says the results from the recent drill campaign will be used to improve the resource confidence and update the Zoroastrian mineral resource estimate.
  • An upgrade of the resource to the indicated classification will allow Bardoc to include it in future ore reserves after further mineral resource estimates and mining studies have been completed.

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