Musgrave Minerals Ltd (ASX:MGV) has identified a second high-grade lode 75 metres to the south and striking parallel to the new Starlight gold discovery at Break of Day, within the companys 100%-owned ground at its flagship Cue Gold Project in Western Australias Murchison district.
The White Light lode aligns with several historical isolated gold intersections over a strike extent of more than 100 metres.
Highly encouraging results have been returned from White Light, prompting the company to extend the reverse circulation (RC) drilling campaign at Break of Day.
- 6 metres at 54.4 g/t from 211 metres;
- 6 metres at 5.4 g/t from 111 metres; and
- 9 metres at 5.1 g/t from 21 metres.
“Confident lodes can be extended”[hhmc]
Musgrave managing director Rob Waugh said: “This is another positive result for the company as we build the high-grade gold resource base at Cue.
“Drilling is continuing and we are confident we can extend the lodes and make new discoveries as our geological knowledge of the system grows.”
The intercepts at Starlight and White Light are outside the existing Break of Day resource of 868,000 tonnes at 7.2 g/t for 199,000 ounces contained gold.
Starlight assay results[hhmc]
The current RC drilling program at Break of Day has been extended following the discovery of the new White Light lode with 42 RC holes completed to date with assay results received for 31 holes.
Assays for 1-metre individual samples have been received for previously reported intersections based on 6-metre composites and confirm the high-grade gold results at Starlight, which include:
- 6 metres at 35.8 g/t from 131 metres; and
- 5 metres at 7.2 g/t from 230 metres.
Further assays are expected within two weeks.
Plan showing surface projection of Starlight and White Light gold lodes, drill collars and recent assay results at Break of Day
Both the Starlight and White Light lodes remain open to the southeast and down dip where drilling is continuing.
Drilling will also continue to test for new lodes within the Break of Day and Lena system.
Waugh said: “We have extended our RC drill program following the new White Light discovery as we build towards a resource update late in quarter three 2020.Read More – Source