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Newcrest Mining Limited – Quarterly Exploration Report – September 2021

 

 

 

 

 

Quarterly Exploration Report
For the three months ended 30 September 2021

 

Red Chris and Havieron deliver outstanding growth and infill drilling results

 

At Red Chris, drilling continues to expand the known higher grade mineralisation intersected at East Ridge, with this new discovery adjacent to the East Zone continuing to return high grade intercepts, supporting the potential for resource growth.

 

  • RC705^^ returned 254m @ 1.0g/t Au & 1.1% Cu from 718m, including 80m @ 1.6g/t Au & 1.4% Cu from 852m. This hole is located 100m above RC678 (previously reported) and demonstrates continuity over 300m vertically.
  • RC727 returned 346m @ 1.1g/t Au & 0.79% Cu from 1,046m, including 56m @ 3.5g/t Au & 1.8% Cu from 1,336m. This hole is located 100m below RC688 (previously reported) and is the highest-grade intercept from East Ridge.
  • As previously noted, East Ridge is located outside of Newcrest’s Red Chris initial Mineral Resource estimate. Mineralisation remains open to the east and at depth, with ongoing drilling to define the extent.

 

At Havieron, growth drilling continues to extend high grade mineralisation outside of the initial Inferred Mineral Resource extent, while infill results validate, and in some places upgrades, the current model interpretation.

 

  • New growth drilling continues to assess the depth extents of the South East Crescent. New intercepts show an increase in both grade and thickness with increasing depth. HAD133W1^^ has returned 133m @ 7.0g/t Au & 0.05% Cu from 1,446m, including 55.9m @ 9.7g/t Au & 0.04% Cu from 1,449.5m, ~250m below the Inferred Mineral Resource extent. The SE Crescent now has a vertical extent of over 900m.
  • Results received from infill drilling support the modelled grade and thickness within the South East Crescent zone Mineral Resource extents. The results also support the continuity of the high grade, and in some places upgrade the zone, as represented by HAD117W6 which returned 120.4m @ 10g/t Au & 0.66% Cu from 764.6m. This is the best gram metre intercept drilled to date at Havieron (Au_ppm x intercept length of 1,204 gram metres).

 

Newcrest Mining Limited (ASX: NCM) (TSX: NCM) (PNGX: NCM) Newcrest Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Sandeep Biswas, said, “We are really excited by the latest results from our growth and infill drilling programs at Red Chris and Havieron. At Red Chris, we reported the best high grade intercept from our new East Ridge discovery of 56m @ 3.5g/t gold and 1.8% copper from RC727. At Havieron, the infill drilling program continues to demonstrate high grade within the deposit, with the latest intercept returning a significant 120.4m @ 10g/t gold and 0.66% copper from HAD117W6 in the South East Crescent zone, which is the best gram metre intercept drilled at Havieron to date. The growth drilling results also continue to extend the high-grade mineralisation outside of the initial Inferred Mineral Resource estimate at Havieron.”

 

“Newcrest is at a very exciting stage in its organic growth journey and the exceptional drilling results today highlight the significant potential for resource growth at both Red Chris and Havieron,” said Mr Biswas.

 

Red Chris – Significant results since the June 2021 Quarterly Exploration Report(1):

  • RC705^^
    • 254m @ 1.0g/t Au & 1.1% Cu from 718m
    • including 182m @ 1.3g/t Au & 1.3% Cu from 764m
    • including 80m @ 1.6g/t Au & 1.4% Cu from 852m
  • RC709^^
    • 166m @ 0.4g/t Au & 0.49% Cu from 788m
    • including 54m @ 0.89g/t Au & 0.96% Cu from 894m
    • including 30m @ 1.1g/t Au & 1.1% Cu from 902m
  • RC718^^
    • 298m @ 0.33g/t Au & 0.45% Cu from 820m
    • including 52m @ 0.67g/t Au & 0.75% Cu from 1,062m
  • RC727
    • 346m @ 1.1g/t Au & 0.79% Cu from 1,046m,
    • including 56m @ 3.5g/t Au & 1.8% Cu from 1,336m.

 

Havieron – Significant growth and infill drilling results since the June 2021 Quarterly Exploration Report(2):

  • HAD057W7^^ (infill hole)
    • 23m @ 5.7g/t Au & 0.70% Cu from 613m
    • including 15m @ 8.6g/t Au & 0.96% Cu from 613m
    • 70m @ 2.2g/t Au & 0.03% Cu from 906m
    • including 12.8m @ 5.3g/t Au & 0.02% Cu from 962.7m
  • HAD086W3**
    • 44.7m @ 7.1g/t Au & 0.17% Cu from 1,412m** (Open Intercept)
    • Including 20.2m @ 15g/t Au & 0.29% Cu from 1,421m
  • HAD117W6 (infill hole)
    • 120.4m @ 10g/t Au & 0.66% Cu from 764.6m
    • Including 27.1m @ 18g/t Au & 1.0% Cu from 812.2m
    • Including 14m @ 38g/t Au & 1.2% Cu from 845m
  • HAD133W1^^
    • 133m @ 7.0g/t Au & 0.05% Cu from 1,446m
    • including 55.9m @ 9.7g/t Au & 0.04% Cu from 1,449.5m
  • HAD133W3
    • 29.1m @ 3.2g/t Au & 0.09% Cu from 1,261.9m
    • 44.4m @ 5.7g/t Au & 0.11% Cu from 1,306.6m
    • 52m @ 3.2g/t Au & 0.42% Cu from 1,362m
  • HAD140^^
    • 29.1m @ 9.7g/t Au & 0.29% Cu from 813.2m
  • HAD141^^
    • 87m @ 1.8g/t Au & 0.05% Cu from 1,328m
    • including 17.8m @ 5.7g/t Au & 0.14% Cu from 1,378.5m

 

Red Chris, British Columbia, Canada(2)

 

Red Chris is a joint venture between Newcrest (70%) and Imperial Metals Corporation (30%) which is operated by Newcrest.

 

The Brownfields Exploration program is focused on the discovery of additional zones of higher grade mineralisation within the Red Chris porphyry corridor, including targets outside of Newcrest’s initial Mineral Resource estimate. During the period, there were up to eight diamond drill rigs in operation. A further 29,388m of drilling has been completed from 24 drill holes, with all drill holes intersecting mineralisation (except twelve drill holes which were dedicated geotechnical holes). This contributed to a total of 196,074m of drilling from 161 drill holes since Newcrest acquired its interest in the joint venture in August 2019.

 

At East Ridge, located adjacent to the East Zone, drilling is ongoing with 14 holes completed and six in progress. The follow up drilling is being completed on a nominal 100m x 100m grid to determine the footprint of the mineralisation and demonstrate the continuity of the higher grade mineralisation.

 

Results for the reporting period include:

  • RC705^^ (drilled 100m above of RC678 previously reported) returned 254m @ 1.0g/t Au & 1.1% Cu from 718m, including 80m @ 1.6g/t Au & 1.4% Cu from 852m.
  • RC708^^ (drilled 100m above of RC700 previously reported) returned 232m @ 0.16g/t Au & 0.26% Cu from 754m.
  • RC709^^ (drilled 100m west of RC678) returned 166m @ 0.4g/t Au & 0.49% Cu from 788m, including 30m @ 1.1g/t Au & 1.1% Cu from 902m.
  • RC713^^ (drilled 100m above RC705) returned 190m @ 0.26g/t Au & 0.41% Cu from 574m, including 28m @ 0.57g/t Au & 0.74% Cu from 712m.
  • RC718^^ (drilled 100m east of RC700^^ previously reported) returned 298m @ 0.33g/t Au & 0.45% Cu from 820m, including 52m @ 0.67g/t Au & 0.75% Cu from 1,062m.
  • RC719 (drilled 100m above RC709 previously reported) returned 252m @ 0.26g/t Au & 0.36% Cu from 678m, including 10m @ 0.58g/t Au & 0.93% Cu from 732m; and
  • RC727 (drilled 100m below RC688 previously reported) returned 346m @ 1.1g/t Au & 0.79% Cu from 1,046m, including 56m @ 3.5g/t Au & 1.8% Cu from 1,336m.

 

Drilling to date has demonstrated continuity of the East Ridge zone (>0.4g/t Au and >0.4% Cu, >1g/t AuEq[3]) over dimensions of 400m high, 400m long and 125m wide, with the higher grade (>0.8g/t Au and >0.8% Cu, >2g/t AuEq3) over 300m high, 300m long and 100m wide.

 

East Ridge is located 300m east of East Zone and is outside of Newcrest’s initial Mineral Resource estimate, supporting the potential for resource growth over time. Mineralisation is open to the east and at depth and extends the eastern side of the porphyry corridor as shown in Figures 1 and 2. Follow-up drilling is in progress to further define the extent and continuity of this high grade mineralisation.

 

A step out hole, RC701^^ drilled 700m east of East Ridge has extended the porphyry corridor beyond the limit of the East Ridge drilling. This hole returned 206m @ 0.2g/t Au & 0.49% Cu from 1,816m. The intercept is one of the deepest on the property. Drilling is planned for the zone between East Ridge and RC701 to search for additional high grade zones.

 

Approximately 50,000m of growth-related drilling is planned this calendar year from eight drill rigs.

 

Refer to Appendix 1 for additional information, and the Drillhole data table for all results reported during the period.

 

 

Figure 1. Schematic plan view map of the Red Chris porphyry corridor spanning East Ridge, East Zone, Main Zone and Gully Zone showing drill hole locations (Newcrest & Imperial) and significant Newcrest intercepts (drill intercepts have been reported in Appendix 1 of this report, and in prior Newcrest exploration releases). 0.3g/t Au, 1g/t Au, 0.3% Cu and 1% Cu shell projections generated from a Leapfrog model.

 

Figure 2. Long section view of the Red Chris porphyry corridor showing drill hole locations and gold distribution.

 

Figure 3. Oblique schematic section view of the Red Chris porphyry corridor showing gold distribution. 0.3 g/t Au,1 g/t Au , 0.3% Cu and 1% Cu shell projections generated from the LeapfrogTM model.

 

Havieron Project, Western Australia(4)

 

The Havieron Project is operated by Newcrest under a Joint Venture Agreement with Greatland Gold. Following the delivery of the Pre-Feasibility Study on 12 October 2021, Newcrest is now entitled to an additional 10% interest in the Havieron Project, which would bring Newcrest’s cumulative interest to 70%. Newcrest has an option to acquire an additional 5% Joint Venture interest for fair market value, exercisable during the 12 months from 12 December 2021. The Joint Venture Agreement includes tolling principles reflecting the intention of the parties that, subject to a successful exploration program, Feasibility Study and a positive decision to mine, the resulting joint venture mineralised material will be processed at Telfer.

 

The Havieron Project is centred on a deep magnetic anomaly located 45km east of Telfer in the Paterson Province. The deposit is overlain by more than 420m of post mineral Permian cover. A total of 26,548m of drilling has been completed from 42 drill holes during the quarter. This report is covering results from 33 holes (18 holes completed this quarter, and 15 holes from the June quarter). 23 holes returned significant assay intercepts in excess of 50 gram metres Au (Au ppm x length m). A total of 210,629m of drilling from 254 drill holes has been completed since Newcrest commenced exploration activity (excluding holes in progress, abandoned holes, or drill holes which have not been sampled).

 

Drilling in the reporting period was focused on potential resource growth at the South East Crescent, Northern Breccia and Eastern Breccia, and infill drilling the South East Crescent Zone to support the potential conversion of the Inferred Resource to Indicated. Drilling completed included:

  • South East Crescent Zone Growth – assay results reported for three drill holes, and partial results for one drill hole (HAD086W3), with five holes awaiting assays.
  • South East Crescent Zone Infill – assay results reported for ten drill holes, seventeen holes awaiting assays.
  • Northern Breccia – assay results reported for fourteen drill holes, two holes awaiting assays.
  • Eastern Breccia – assay results reported for five drill holes.

 

Further growth drilling continues to show potential for resource additions outside of the existing Inferred Mineral Resource limits, including:

  • Extension of the South East Crescent Zone below the current Mineral Resource, where increasing grade and thickness of mineralisation has been observed from recent drilling
  • Expansion of multiple higher-grade targets including Northern Breccia and North West Pod
  • Potential for additional North West trending corridors including the Eastern Breccia

 

At the South East Crescent, growth drilling targeting higher grade mineralisation at depth on 75m by 75m spacing has extended the mineralisation 250m below the initial Inferred Mineral Resource estimate. Results from three drill holes have been received, with significant results returned from HAD133W1, HAD133W3 and HAD086W3**.

 

Results include:

 

  • HAD086W3**
    • 44.7m @ 7.1g/t Au & 0.17% Cu from 1,412m** (Open Intercept)
    • Including 20.2m @ 15g/t Au & 0.29% Cu from 1,421m
  • HAD133W1^^
    • 133m @ 7.0g/t Au & 0.05% Cu from 1,446m
    • including 55.9m @ 9.7g/t Au & 0.04% Cu from 1,449.5m
    • including 20m @ 11g/t Au & 0.04% Cu from 1,519m
  • HAD133W3
    • 29.1m @ 3.2g/t Au & 0.09% Cu from 1,261.9m
    • 44.4m @ 5.7g/t Au & 0.11% Cu from 1,306.6m
    • 52m @ 3.2g/t Au & 0.42% Cu from 1,362m

 

HAD133W1^^ extended the high-grade mineralisation ~250m below the base of the Inferred Mineral Resource estimate. This intercept is ~150m below previously reported hole HAD133^^ (85m @ 11g/t Au & 0.29% Cu from 1,345m including 13m @ 32g/t Au & 0.46% Cu from 1,363m and including 14.5m @ 32g/t Au & 0.33% Cu from 1,396.5m). HAD133W3 targeted approximately 50m below the existing resource and returned a broad crescent zone intercept incorporating three discrete zones of higher grade mineralisation between 1,261.9m and 1,414m down hole with the best interval returning 44.4m @ 5.7g/t Au & 0.11% Cu from 1,306.6m. Partial assay results have been returned for HAD086W3** which returned 44.7m @ 7.1g/t Au & 0.17% Cu from 1,412m (open intercept) including 20.2m @ 15g/t Au & 0.29% Cu from 1,421m from the South East Crescent intersection located 200m below the existing Inferred Mineral Resource extents, and remains open at depth. These new intercepts show an increase in both grade and thickness with increasing depth. Drilling continues to assess the depth extents of South East Crescent which now has a vertical extent of over 900m.

 

A further 27 infill holes within the South East Crescent zone were completed, ten of which have returned assay results. This drilling is designed to infill the South East Crescent Inferred Mineral Resource volume to 50m x 50m spacing to support the potential upgrade of a significant portion of the Inferred Mineral Resource to Indicated Mineral Resource. Results received from infill drilling support the modelled grade and thickness within the South East Crescent zone Mineral Resource extents. The results also support the continuity of the high grade, and in places upgrade the zone, as represented by HAD117W6 120.4m @ 10g/t Au & 0.66% Cu from 764.6m. This is the best gram metre intercept drilled to date at Havieron (Au_ppm x intercept length of 1,204 gram metres).

 

Results include:

  • HAD053W3
    • 75.4m @ 2.9g/t Au & 0.13% Cu from 987.3m
    • Including 14.7m @ 13g/t Au & 0.12% Cu from 1,031.5m
  • HAD057W7^^
    • 23m @ 5.7g/t Au & 0.70% Cu from 613m
    • including 15m @ 8.6g/t Au & 0.96% Cu from 613m
    • 70m @ 2.2g/t Au & 0.03% Cu from 906m
    • Including 12.8m @ 5.3g/t Au & 0.02% Cu from 962.7m
  • HAD064W1
    • 42.4m @ 2.5g/t Au & 0.08% Cu from 705.6m
    • 26.9m @ 2.3g/t Au & 0.02% Cu from 772.1m
    • Including 12m @ 4.7g/t Au & 0.02% Cu from 787m
  • HAD117W4
    • 78.1m @ 2.1g/t Au & 0.20% Cu from 762m
    • including 13.8m @ 3.7g/t Au & 0.18% Cu from 793.9m
    • Including 10.8m @ 3.6g/t Au & 1.0% Cu from 829.4m
  • HAD117W5
    • 111m @ 1.1g/t Au & 0.03% Cu from 715m
  • HAD117W6
    • 120.4m @ 10g/t Au & 0.66% Cu from 764.6m
    • Including 14m @ 38g/t Au & 1.2% Cu from 845m

 

At the Northern Breccia, results from fourteen drill holes were returned and a further two drillholes are awaiting assays. The focus of the drilling in this zone is to expand the mineralisation and support potential resource growth. The latest drilling (75m x 75m) has extended the mineralised breccia footprint around the Inferred Mineral Resource extents with reported drill holes supporting extensions to breccia mineralisation. Drilling has confirmed and increased the continuity of internal higher grade Crescent-like mineralisation in a north-west mineralised corridor which now extends up to 300m in length, and 100m wide, between 4,300 – 4,100mRL, and remains open at depth.

 

Results include:

  • HAD069W4
    • 22.5m @ 2.6g/t Au & 0.15% Cu from 1,281m
  • HAD081W3
    • 52.3m @ 2.1g/t Au & 0.29% Cu from 1,150.7m
  • HAD089W3^^
    • 106.8m @ 0.96g/t Au & 0.12% Cu from 911.2m
    • including 15m @ 2.8g/t Au & 0.21% Cu from 978m
  • HAD099W2^^
    • 126.7m @ 0.66g/t Au & 0.07% Cu from 643.3m
    • including 12.1m @ 1.3g/t Au & 0.12% Cu from 647.1m
  • HAD138W1^^
    • 157.4m @ 0.93g/t Au & 0.21% Cu from 937.6m
    • including 16.1m @ 5.9g/t Au & 0.12% Cu from 1,043m
  • HAD140^^
    • 29.1m @ 9.7g/t Au & 0.29% Cu from 813.2m
  • HAD141^^
    • 87m @ 1.8g/t Au & 0.05% Cu from 1,328m
    • including 17.8m @ 5.7g/t Au & 0.14% Cu from 1,378.5m
  • HAD147
    • 34.5m @ 1.9g/t Au & 0.15% Cu from 1,216.4m
  • HAD147W2
    • 72.3m @ 1.4g/t Au & 0.07% Cu from 1,279.5m

 

At the Eastern Breccia, assays for an additional five holes targeting strike extensions from previously reported drill holes HAD083 and HAD084 have been received. Interpretation of the results indicate the potential for a separate north west trending corridor, with an alteration footprint of approximately 600m, with crescent like higher grade zones developed internal to this Eastern Breccia. Significant assay intercepts were returned for two drill holes (HAD084W2 & HAD141^^), which has extended higher grade mineralisation up to 200m to the north west of HAD084. Drill testing and interpretation of the geological and mineralisation controls of the Eastern Breccia Zone is ongoing.

 

Results include:

  • HAD084W2
    • 49.8m @ 1.5g/t Au & 0.02% Cu from 1,473m
    • 43.3m @ 2.7g/t Au & 0.06% Cu from 1,642m
  • HAD141^^
    • 23m @ 1.7g/t Au & 0.01% Cu from 1,875m

 

Eight drill rigs are currently operational, including testing extensions of the South East Crescent Zone below 4,200mRL, extension and definition of the Northern Breccia and associated internal higher-grade zones to support potential expansion of the existing Inferred Mineral Resource. Additionally, infill drilling is ongoing within the Inferred Mineral Resource limits to support ongoing mining studies.

Refer to Appendix 2 for additional information and Drillhole data table for all results reported during the period.

 

Figure 4. 3D Plan view schematic showing the spatial association of the South East Crescent, Northern Breccia, North West Pod and Eastern Breccia targets in relation to the Inferred Resource extents. Also highlighted are previously reported intercepts >100 gram metres (Au ppm x length) that have been intersected outside of the Inferred Mineral Resource.

 

 

Figure 5. 3D section view schematic across section line A on Figure 4, highlighting selected South East Crescent growth intercepts below the current Inferred Resource.

 

Figure 6. Plan view schematic of a horizontal slice at 4300mRL through the Crescent Sulphide Zone and Breccia-hosted Zones, showing the extents of the 0.5 and 1.0 g/t Au LeapfrogTM grade shells with highlighted newly reported intercepts for this period. Also shown is the Eastern Breccia mineralisation outline projected to the 4300mRL section -drilling is ongoing to confirm the extent of these zones. This diagram highlights >50gram metres intersections drilled during the quarter which are >1g/t Au, refer to inset diagram for relationship to all Havieron drilling.

 

 

Wilki Project, Western Australia

 

The Wilki Project is an exploration farm-in and joint venture with Antipa Minerals Limited (Antipa). The project area covers a strategic landholding of ~2,200km2 surrounding the Telfer operation and is adjacent to the Havieron Project. Newcrest entered into this exploration farm-in and joint venture agreement with Antipa on 11 March 2020. Newcrest currently maintains a 9.9% shareholding in Antipa.

 

During the period the Stage 1 drill program was completed which included scout reverse circulation drilling at Tyama, WEM04, Protos9, Pajero, Triangle North and Telfer SW targets. Assay results are pending, however initial indications suggest that additional diamond drilling is required at the Tyama and WEM20 targets.

 

These additional work programs which will include ground electromagnetic surveys and diamond drill testing will be completed in the remaining field season.

 

Juri Joint Venture, Western Australia

 

The Juri Joint Venture is a farm-in and joint venture agreement with Greatland Gold with respect to its Black Hills and Paterson Range East projects, located within the Paterson Province approximately 50km from the Telfer operation and in proximity to the Havieron Project. The joint venture covers an area of approximately 248km2.

 

Newcrest has met the Stage 1 exploration expenditure (A$3 million) and now holds a 51% interest in the Juri Joint Venture. Under the terms of the agreement, Newcrest has the potential to earn an additional 24% joint venture interest (for a cumulative 75% joint venture interest) through expenditure of a further A$17 million over three years during Stage 2. Greatland Gold will manage the Juri Joint Venture until the end of calendar year 2021, after which Newcrest has the right to be appointed as Manager.

 

Assay results for the initial scout drill holes at Goliath, Outamind and Los Diablos targets in Paterson Range East area have downgraded the potential for Havieron like targets at these prospects. Results from initial drilling at the Parlay and Saddle targets within the Black Hills Project are pending. The current and planned exploration program will include the completion of a ground electromagnetic survey over further targets at both Paterson Range East and Black Hills.

 

Tennant East, Northern Territory

 

Work programs continue at the Tennant East project (located 200km east of Tennant Creek) with gravity surveys over the initial six target areas now completed. Follow up IP (Induced Polarisation) surveys commenced in September 2021 and are ongoing. Scout drilling will be completed on defined coincident gravity, magnetic and IP targets pending the wet season in calendar year 2022.

 

Nevada, USA

 

Drill activities have commenced at the Jarbidge project in north-eastern Nevada, testing low sulfidation epithermal vein targets.

 

Drilling at the Fortuity89 project in south-western Nevada is scheduled to begin in the March 2022 quarter pending drill rig availability.

 

GJ Project, British Columbia, Canada

 

At the GJ Project, which is part of the Red Chris joint venture, Newcrest is planning to test the depth potential of the Donnelly Zone which is part of a 10km porphyry corridor (Groat Stock). An initial program of two holes for 2,500m originally planned to commence in the December 2021 half has been rescheduled to the June 2022 quarter.

 

Central Andes, Northern Chile

 

Drilling is planned to commence on the Gorbea and Mioceno Joint Ventures during the December 2021 quarter.

 

Northern Andes, Ecuador

 

Exploration activity resumed at the Gamora Project, which is part of the SurNorte Joint Venture operated by Newcrest. Field preparations have commenced for drilling an initial program of four holes for 2,500m. The program is scheduled to commence in the December 2021 quarter.

 

Brownfields Exploration

 

At Telfer, exploration activities focused on the Ironclad prospect during the period, including testing for both extensions to near surface mineralisation and extent of mineralisation at depth.

 

 

Drillhole data(1)

 

Red Chris Project, British Columbia, Canada

 

Reporting Criteria: Intercepts reported are downhole drill width (not true width) Au >0.1ppm (0.1g/t Au) and minimum 20m downhole width with maximum consecutive internal dilution of 10m. Also highlighted are high grade intervals of Au >0.5ppm (0.5g/t Au), Au >1ppm (1g/t Au), Au > 5ppm (5g/t Au), Au >10ppm (10g/t Au) and minimum 10m downhole width with maximum consecutive internal dilution of 10m. Gold grades are reported to two significant figures. Samples are from core drilling which is HQ or NQ in diameter. Core is photographed and logged by the geology team before being cut. Half core HQ and NQ samples are prepared for assay and the remaining material is retained in the core farm for future reference. Each assay batch is submitted with duplicates and standards to monitor laboratory quality. Total depth (end of hole) is rounded to one decimal place for reporting purposes.

 

 

Hole ID Hole Type Easting (m) Northing (m) RL (m) Total Depth (m) Azimuth Dip From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Au (ppm) Cu (pct) Cut off
(GRID)
RC701^^ DD 453530 6397490 1469 2137.4 145 -45 1140 1162 22 0.17 0.02 0.1
1190 1242 52 0.29 0.04 0.1
incl. 1194 1206 12 0.53 0.06 0.5
1704 1754 50 0.23 0.53 0.1
1816 2022 206 0.20 0.49 0.1
RC702 DD 452742 6396326 1492 1157.5 150 -59 Development Hole
RC703 DD 452584 6396357 1492 1183.8 146 -62 Development Hole
RC704 DD 452550 6396348 1495 971.9 149 -46 Development Hole
RC705^^ DD 453310 6396503 1425 1264.3 147 -59 316 350 34 0.14 0.01 0.1
364 434 70 0.12 0.02 0.1
718 972 254 1.0 1.1 0.1
incl. 764 946 182 1.3 1.3 0.5
incl. 782 840 58 1.5 1.6 1
incl. 852 932 80 1.6 1.4 1
RC706 DD 454518 6397466 1343 1523 148 -45 No significant intercepts
RC708^^ DD 453483 6396405 1417 1208 145 -62 364 384 20 0.10 0.13 0.1
612 640 28 0.12 0.23 0.1
652 734 82 0.21 0.36 0.1
754 986 232 0.16 0.26 0.1
RC709^^ DD 453184 6396558 1430 1383.2 149 -58 704 774 70 0.13 0.27 0.1
788 954 166 0.40 0.49 0.1
incl. 894 948 54 0.89 0.96 0.5
incl. 902 932 30 1.1 1.1 1
972 1064 92 0.16 0.26 0.1
1358 1382 24 0.24 0.1 0.1
RC710 DD 452580 6396361 1492 1050 146 -52 Development Hole
RC711 DD 452551 6396345 1498 994.7 150 -49 Development Hole
RC712 DD 454732 6397201 1236 101.7 270 -10 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC713^^ DD 453381 6396452 1425 1103.6 153 -56 408 438 30 0.20 0.23 0.1
574 764 190 0.26 0.41 0.1
incl. 712 740 28 0.57 0.74 0.5
RC714 DD 454733 6397202 1236 1100 302 -15 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC715 DD 454734 6397193 1235 173.5 181 -25 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC716 DD 452644 6396362 1489 1104.6 148 -65 Development Hole
RC717 DD 454724 6397171 1244 295.2 249 -8 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC718 ^^ DD 453485 6396610 1403 1432 145 -58 820 1118 298 0.33 0.45 0.1
incl. 1012 1024 12 0.97 0.44 0.5
incl. 1062 1114 52 0.67 0.75 0.5
1166 1210 44 0.28 0.46 0.1
RC719 DD 453207 6396504 1431 1716.8 148 -56 114 134 20 0.15 0.03 0.1
604 638 34 0.10 0.24 0.1
678 930 252 0.26 0.36 0.1
incl. 732 742 10 0.58 0.93 0.5
incl. 762 788 26 0.56 0.64 0.5
1338 1376 38 0.22 0.01 0.1
RC727 DD 453316 6396752 1448 1640.7 147 -58 960 1030 70 0.29 0.39 0.1
incl. 996 1012 16 0.61 0.55 0.5
1046 1392 346 1.1 0.79 0.1
incl. 1130 1290 160 0.77 0.80 0.5
incl. 1148 1176 28 1.0 1.0 1
incl. 1260 1282 22 1.2 1.2 1
incl. 1332 1392 60 3.3 1.7 0.5
incl. 1336 1392 56 3.5 1.8 1
RC728 DD 452434 6396600 1460 1284.2 150 -49 Development Hole
RC728W DD 452434 6396600 1460 1181 150 -49 Development Hole
RC729 DD 452504 6396348 1495 1300.8 150 -54 Development Hole
RC730 DD 452646 6396369 1488 990.2 148 -57 Development Hole
RC731 DD 454216 6398337 1483 60 310 -50 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC732 DD 453931 6397964 1472 90 360 -45 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC733 DD 453919 6397851 1476 120 310 -50 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC734 DD 453890 6397715 1476 150 310 -45 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC735 DD 453568 6396656 1392 1501.8 147 -58 Assays Pending
RC739 DD 453383 6396811 1451 1681.5 146 -57 Assays Pending
RC740 DD 453407 6397178 1465 2142.2 146 -45 Assays Pending
RC742 DD 453422 6396359 1426 751.2 151 -56 512 544 32 0.29 0.28 0.1
RC745 DD 453624 6396544 1403 1364.3 145 -60 Assays Pending
RC746 DD 453207 6396497 1432 1043.1 150 48 Assays Pending
RC747 DD 453548 6396527 1403 1268.2 149 -59 Assays Pending
RC748# DD 453240 6396830 1461 1628 145 -60 Assays Pending
RC749 DD 453314 6396917 1459 1200.1 75 -46 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC750 DD 453340 6396870 1456 994.1 146 -58 Assays Pending
RC750W# DD 453340 6396870 1456 1382 146 -58 Assays Pending
RC751# DD 452126 6396252 1520 1185.6 123 -63 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC752 DD 451576 6395394 1520 764.7 157 -61 Assays Pending
RC753 DD 452055 6395146 1531 674.6 323 -62 Assays Pending
RC754# DD 453584 6396467 1409 745 150 -57 Assays Pending
RC755# DD 452579 6396361 1491 287.5 134 -76 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC756 DD 453693 6397140 1387 35.6 225 -75 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC757 DD 453991 6397090 1335 34.1 180 -75 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC758 DD 453499 6396576 1402 40.06 30 -75 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC759 DD 453717 6396795 1371 41.55 270 -75 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC760 DD 453802 6396448 1358 8.83 0 -90 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC761 DD 453469 6396215 1424 10.18 0 -90 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC762 DD 453380 6396626 1410 19.16 0 -90 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC763 DD 454049 6397309 1387 7.42 0 -90 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC764 DD 454297 6396725 1283 23.95 0 -90 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC765# DD 451551 6395471 1522 414 156 -65 Assays Pending
RC766 DD 453072 6396916 1465 70 0 -90 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC768 DD 454048 6397309 1386 53.06 0 -90 Geotechnical Hole – Not Sampled
RC769# DD 451944 6395147 1539 212 323 -56 Assays Pending

 

#drilling in progress. **partial intercept, assays pending. ^updated intercept ^^previously reported intercept

 

Figure 7. Schematic plan view map of the East Ridge showing drill hole locations (Newcrest & Imperial) and significant Newcrest intercepts (drill intercepts have been reported in Appendix 1 of this report, and in prior Newcrest exploration releases). 0.3 g/t Au, 1 g/t Au, 0.3% Cu and 1% Cu shell projections generated from a Leapfrog model.

 

 

Figure 8. Schematic cross section of RC709 and RC719 (Section Line 33N) showing Newcrest and Imperial drill holes and Newcrest intercepts (drill intercepts have been reported in Appendix 1 of this report, and in prior Newcrest exploration releases) 0.1 g/t Au, 0.5 g/t Au and 1 g/t Au shell projections generated from Leapfrog model. Due to window size (+/- 50m) and section orientation (150˚) hole may appear on multiple sections.

 

 

Figure 9. Schematic cross section of RC705, RC713 and RC742 (Section Line 34N) showing Newcrest and Imperial drill holes and Newcrest intercepts (drill intercepts have been reported in Appendix 1 of this report, and in prior Newcrest exploration releases) 0.1/t Au, 0.5 g/t Au and 1 g/t Au shell projections generated from Leapfrog model. Due to window size (+/- 50m) and section orientation (150˚) hole may appear on multiple sections.

 

 

Figure 10. Schematic cross section of RC708 and RC727 (Section Line 35N) showing Newcrest and Imperial drill holes and Newcrest intercepts (drill intercepts have been reported in Appendix 1 of this report, and in prior Newcrest exploration releases) 0.1g/t Au, 0.5g/t Au and 1g/t Au shell projections generated from Leapfrog model. Due to window size (+/- 50m) and section orientation (150˚) hole may appear on multiple sections.

 

 

Figure 11. Schematic cross section of RC718 and RC739 (Section Line 36N) showing Newcrest and Imperial drill holes and Newcrest intercepts (drill intercepts have been reported in Appendix 1 of this report, and in prior Newcrest exploration releases) 0.1g/t, 0.5g/t Au and 1g/t Au shell projections generated from Leapfrog model. Due to window size (+/- 50m) and section orientation (150˚) hole may appear on multiple sections.

 

 

 

Figure 12. Schematic cross section of RC701 (Section Line 40/41N) showing Newcrest and Imperial drill holes and Newcrest intercepts (drill intercepts have been reported in Appendix 1 of this report, and in prior Newcrest exploration releases) 0.1 g/t Au, 0.5 g/t Au and 1g/t Au shell projections generated from Leapfrog model. Due to window size (+/- 100m) and section orientation (150˚) hole may appear on multiple sections.

 

Drillhole data(1)

 

Havieron Project, Paterson Province, Western Australia

 

Reporting Criteria: Intercepts reported are downhole drill width (not true width) Au >0.20ppm (0.2g/t Au) and minimum 20m downhole width with maximum consecutive internal dilution of 10m. Average grades are based on length-weighting of samples grades. Also highlighted are high grade intervals of Au >1.0ppm (1g/t Au) and minimum 10m downhole width with maximum consecutive internal dilution of 5m, and intervals of >30g/t which are greater or equal to 30 gram metres (Au_ppm x length) are tabled. Gold grades are reported to two significant figures, the downhole lengths are rounded to 0.1m which may cause some apparent discrepancies in interval widths. Samples are from core drilling which is PQ, HQ or NQ in diameter. Core is photographed and logged by the geology team before being cut. Half core PQ, HQ and NQ samples are prepared for assay and the remaining material is retained in the core farm for future reference. Each assay batch is submitted with duplicates and standards to monitor laboratory quality. Total depth (end of hole) is rounded to one decimal place for reporting purposes. Collars denoted with a * show partial results, with further significant assays to be reported in subsequent exploration updates.

 

 

Hole ID Hole Type Easting (m) Northing (m) RL (m) Total Depth (m) Azi Dip From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Au (ppm) Cu (pct) Cut off
HAD046W2 MR-DD 464273 7598202 257 1223 225 -62 940 1052.8 112.8 0.68 0.13 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 1002.5 1026 23.5 1.2 0.26 1.0 g/t Au
HAD046W3 MR-DD 464273 7598202 257 1323.3 225 -62 912 948 36 0.50 0.35 0.2 g/t Au
971 1060.3 89.3 0.39 0.12 0.2 g/t Au
1098 1120.3 22.3 0.66 0.45 0.2 g/t Au
1219.2 1245 25.8 0.22 0.47 0.2 g/t Au
HAD053W3 MR-DD 463845 7598075 256 1141.1 132 -61 570.1 591.7 21.5 0.29 0.22 0.2 g/t Au
642.6 738.8 96.2 0.43 0.23 0.2 g/t Au
790.3 839.7 49.3 0.59 0.09 0.2 g/t Au
929 950 21 0.43 0.19 0.2 g/t Au
987.3 1062.7 75.4 2.9 0.13 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 1031.5 1033 2.3 72 0.03 30 g/t Au
Incl. 1031.5 1046.2 14.7 13 0.12 1.0 g/t Au
1073.6 1124 50.4 0.62 0.53 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 1084.4 1095 10.6 1.3 1.4 1.0 g/t Au
HAD053W4 MR-DD 463846 7598077 256 557.4 132 -61 No Significant Assays
HAD053W5 MR-DD 463846 7598077 256 1207 132 -61 Assays Pending
HAD053W6 MR-DD 463845 7598075 256 1302.4 132 -61 Assays Pending
HAD057W7^^ MR-DD 464459 7598026 257 1064.8 225 -55 613 636 23 5.7 0.70 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 613 628 15 8.6 0.96 1.0 g/t Au
Incl. 626 627 1 45 0.77 30 g/t Au
660 689.3 29.3 1.0 0.02 0.2 g/t Au
906 976 70 2.2 0.03 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 930.5 953.6 23.1 2.0 0.04 1.0 g/t Au
Incl. 962.7 975.5 12.8 5.3 0.02 1.0 g/t Au
989.4 1063 73.6 0.57 0.08 0.2 g/t Au
993.4 1003.7 10.3 1.1 0.43 1.0 g/t Au
HAD057W8 MR-DD 464458 7598024 257 1153.6 225 -55 No Significant Assays
HAD061W1 MR-DD 464367 7598038 257 1010.1 206 -61 Assays Pending
HAD061W2 MR-DD 464367 7598038 257 997.3 206 -61 Assays Pending
HAD061W3 MR-DD 464367 7598038 257 540 206 -61 Assays Pending
HAD064W1 MR-DD 463591 7597377 263 799 54 -54 705.6 748 42.4 2.5 0.08 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 717.8 719 1.2 63 0.26 30 g/t Au
772.1 799 26.9 2.3 0.02 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 787 799 12 4.7 0.02 1.0 g/t Au
HAD068W3 MR-DD 464547 7597081 261 1144.2 323 -55 1098 1128.1 30.2 1.2 0.12 0.2 g/t Au
HAD068W4 MR-DD 464547 7597081 261 1170.1 323 -55 Assays Pending
HAD069W3 MR-DD 464439 7598214 257 1500.9 222 -62 1070 1125.3 55.3 0.73 0.07 0.2 g/t Au
1137.9 1369.8 231.8 0.38 0.14 0.2 g/t Au
1426 1447 21 1.6 0.19 0.2 g/t Au
HAD069W4 MR-DD 464439 7598214 257 1586 222 -62 1281 1303.5 22.5 2.6 0.15 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 1289 1303.5 14.5 3.1 0.20 1.0 g/t Au
HAD076W1 MR-DD 464373 7598130 257 1122.3 227 -55 Assays Pending
HAD081W3 MR-DD 463407 7597521 263 1760.1 43 -57 853.7 899 45.3 1.1 0.14 0.2 g/t Au
1023 1080 57 0.65 0.09 0.2 g/t Au
1150.7 1203 52.3 2.1 0.29 0.2 g/t Au
HAD084W1^^ MR-DD 463270 7597841 256 1983.8 83 -65 1044 1074 30 1.1 0.13 0.2 g/t Au
1555 1589.8 34.8 0.34 0.12 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 1572 1583.4 11.4 0.80 0.26 1.0 g/t Au
1627 1740.5 113.5 0.40 0.07 0.2 g/t Au
1751.3 1788 36.7 0.52 0.10 0.2 g/t Au
1854.9 1892.8 37.9 0.71 0.04 0.2 g/t Au
HAD084W2 MR-DD 463270 7597841 256 1914.2 83 -65 1415 1426.7 11.7 1.8 0.43 1.0 g/t Au
1473 1522.9 49.8 1.5 0.02 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 1500.2 1500.6 0.3 110 0.04 30 g/t Au
1553.2 1612.8 59.6 0.89 0.12 0.2 g/t Au
1642 1685.3 43.3 2.7 0.06 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 1671.8 1672.7 0.9 60 0.28 30 g/t Au
1758 1832 74 0.91 0.06 0.2 g/t Au
1799 1816.4 17.4 2.4 0.04 1.0 g/t Au
HAD085W1 MR-DD 463488 7598056 255 1580.4 111 -63 Assays Pending
HAD085W2 MR-DD 463488 7598056 255 1397.1 112 -63 Assays Pending
HAD086W2 MR-DD 464623 7598148 258 1629.6 225 -65 Assays Pending
HAD086W3** MR-DD 464623 7598148 258 1624 225 -65 991.5 1330 Assays Pending
1373 1398.7 25.7 2.0 0.11 0.2 g/t Au
** 1412 1456.7 44.7 7.1 0.17 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 1421 1441.2 20.2 15 0.29 1.0 g/t Au
1456.7 1624 Assays Pending
HAD086W4 MR-DD 464623 7598148 258 2115.3 225 -65 Assays Pending
HAD089W3^^ MR-DD 464299 7597746 258 1379.3 290 -61 532.5 564 31.5 0.22 0.03 0.2 g/t Au
574.3 611 36.7 0.17 0.01 0.2 g/t Au
780.8 803 22.2 0.54 0.18 0.2 g/t Au
818 856 38 0.21 0.12 0.2 g/t Au
872 899 27 0.48 0.02 0.2 g/t Au
911.2 1018 106.8 0.96 0.12 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 978 993 15 2.8 0.21 1.0 g/t Au
Incl. 999 1012 13 1.0 0.34 1.0 g/t Au
1289 1320 31 0.68 0.03 0.2 g/t Au
HAD090W1 MR-DD 463596 7597998 255 2041.2 105 -64 1679 1727.4 48.4 0.68 0.07 0.2 g/t Au
1744 1779 35 0.57 0.11 0.2 g/t Au
HAD099W2^^ MR-DD 464090 7597787 257 1059.9 294 -65 643.3 770 126.7 0.66 0.07 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 647.1 659.2 12.1 1.3 0.12 1.0 g/t Au
Incl. 726.9 727.1 0.4 109 0.27 30 g/t Au
819.8 867 47.2 0.51 0.12 0.2 g/t Au
HAD117W2 MR-DD 464210 7597976 256 547.5 211 -61 No Significant Assays
HAD117W3 MR-DD 464210 7597976 256 574.6 212 -61 No Significant Assays
HAD117W4 MR-DD 464210 7597976 256 868.6 212 -61 628 672 44 0.30 0.02 0.2 g/t Au
762 840.1 78.1 2.1 0.20 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 768.1 768.6 0.5 103 0.96 30 g/t Au
Incl. 793.9 807.7 13.8 3.7 0.18 1.0 g/t Au
Incl. 829.4 840.1 10.8 3.6 1.0 1.0 g/t Au
HAD117W5 MR-DD 464210 7597976 256 912.1 212 -61 715 826 111 1.1 0.03 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 757.4 758.5 1.1 66 0.89 30 g/t Au
HAD117W6 MR-DD 464210 7597976 256 901 212 -61 764.6 885 120.4 10 0.66 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 812.2 839.3 27.1 18 1.0 1.0 g/t Au
Incl. 824.9 826.3 1.4 54 2.7 30 g/t Au
Incl. 832 833.7 1.7 134 0.72 30 g/t Au
Incl. 838.3 839.3 1 31 0.78 30 g/t Au
Incl. 845 859 14 38 1.2 1.0 g/t Au
Incl. 845 847.1 2.1 41 3.0 30 g/t Au
Incl. 852.4 853.7 1.2 311 5.3 30 g/t Au
HAD133W1^^ MR-DD 464071 7598315 257 1673.6 171 -65 1362 1389 27 0.25 0.00 0.2 g/t Au
-65 1446 1579 133 7.0 0.05 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 1449.5 1505.4 55.9 9.7 0.04 1.0 g/t Au
Incl. 1451 1453 2 52 0.06 30 g/t Au
Incl. 1460 1461 1 37 0.08 30 g/t Au
Incl. 1480 1482 2 72 0.08 30 g/t Au
Incl. 1489 1490 1 58 0.03 30 g/t Au
Incl. 1519 1520 1 38 0.02 30 g/t Au
Incl. 1519 1539 20 11 0.04 1.0 g/t Au
Incl. 1532 1536 4 36 0.11 30 g/t Au
HAD133W2^^ MR-DD 464071 7598315 257 1545.2 171 -65 1269 1290 21 0.21 0.00 0.2 g/t Au
1413.2 1466.8 53.6 0.38 0.41 0.2 g/t Au
HAD133W3 MR-DD 464071 7598315 257 1455.2 171 -65 1261.9 1291 29.1 3.2 0.09 0.2 g/t Au
1306.6 1351 44.4 5.7 0.11 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 1314.9 1316 1.1 46 1.2 30 g/t Au
Incl. 1340.9 1342 1.2 60 0.11 30 g/t Au
Incl. 1346 1346.8 0.8 84 0.34 30 g/t Au
1362 1414 52 3.2 0.42 0.2 g/t Au
1387 1389 2 58 0.05 30 g/t Au
HAD133W4 MR-DD 464071 7598315 257 1468.5 171 -65 Assays Pending
HAD133W5 MR-DD 464071 7598315 257 1543.9 171 -65 Assays Pending
HAD138^^ MR-DD 463450 7597872 253 1506.8 76 -56 683 767.5 84.5 2.0 0.05 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 685.3 698 12.7 6.0 0.01 1.0 g/t Au
Incl. 710.2 711 0.8 73 0.28 30 g/t Au
Incl. 710.2 721 10.8 6.8 0.07 1.0 g/t Au
847.9 903 55.1 0.82 0.05 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 864.8 865.6 0.8 44 0.42 30 g/t Au
1285.6 1308.9 23.3 0.22 0.02 0.2 g/t Au
HAD138W1^^ MR-DD 463450 7597872 253 1609.7 76 -56 796 816.2 20.2 0.23 0.07 0.2 g/t Au
937.6 1095 157.4 0.93 0.21 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 1043 1059.1 16.1 5.9 0.12 1.0 g/t Au
Incl. 1058 1058.7 0.7 101 0.60 30 g/t Au
1548.4 1575.6 27.2 0.80 0.05 0.2 g/t Au
HAD139^^ MR-DD 463985 7597787 257 743.4 327 -58 516.2 563.9 47.7 0.23 0.03 0.2 g/t Au
HAD140^^ MR-DD 463488 7598056 255 1207 100 -59 813.2 842.3 29.1 9.7 0.29 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 823.9 826.1 2.2 69 0.04 30 g/t Au
Incl. 825 826.1 1.1 152 3.6 30 g/t Au
Incl. 835.6 837.8 2.2 46 0.63 30 g/t Au
898.3 919 30.7 0.23 0.18 0.2 g/t Au
965.6 991.4 25.8 0.27 0.29 0.2 g/t Au
HAD141^^ MR-DD 463362 7597504 264 2036.2 29 -65 1328 1415 87 1.8 0.05 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 1378.5 1396.3 17.8 5.7 0.14 1.0 g/t Au
Incl. 1389 1390 1 50 0.43 30 g/t Au
1561 1609 48 0.44 0.02 0.2 g/t Au
1688 1735.3 47.3 0.20 0.04 0.2 g/t Au
1795 1836 41 0.21 0.03 0.2 g/t Au
1875 1898 23 1.7 0.01 0.2 g/t Au
HAD141W1 MR-DD 463362 7597504 264 1985.9 27 -65 Assays Pending
HAD147 MR-DD 464489 7598137 258 1341.7 227 -69 990 992.4 2.4 38 0.20 30 g/t Au
1014 1035 21 1.7 0.27 0.2 g/t Au
1071 1102 31 0.51 0.03 0.2 g/t Au
1112.6 1201 88.4 0.35 0.04 0.2 g/t Au
1216.4 1250.8 34.5 1.9 0.15 0.2 g/t Au
HAD147W1 MR-DD 464489 7598137 258 900.7 227 -69 No Significant Assays
HAD147W2 MR-DD 464489 7598137 258 1405.2 227 -69 1079 1108.2 29.2 0.60 0.02 0.2 g/t Au
1144.6 1193.6 49 0.26 0.06 0.2 g/t Au
1242.3 1266.3 23.9 0.24 0.09 0.2 g/t Au
1279.5 1351.9 72.3 1.4 0.07 0.2 g/t Au
Incl. 1339 1339.7 0.7 111 0.75 30 g/t Au
1384 1404.9 20.9 0.38 0.01 0.2 g/t Au
HAD148 MR-DD 464317 7598100 257 990.7 222 -55 Assays Pending
HAD148W1 MR-DD 464317 7598100 257 1008.5 222 -55 Assays Pending
HAD148W2 MR-DD 464317 7598100 257 1049.3 222 -55 Assays Pending
HAD149 MR-DD 464243 7598106 256 1282.7 209 -60 Assays Pending
HAD149W1 MR-DD 464243 7598106 256 1002.3 209 -60 Assays Pending
HAD150 MR-DD 464078 7598228 256 1128.7 172 -58 Assays Pending
HAD150W1 MR-DD 464078 7598228 256 1155 172 -58 Assays Pending
HAD151 MR-DD 463591 7597377 263 794.3 48 -55 Assays Pending
HAD151W1 MR-DD 463591 7597377 263 808 48 -55 Assays Pending

 

#drilling in progress. **partial intercept, assays pending. ^updated intercept. ^^previously reported intercept.

 

Figure 13. Schematic plan view map showing drill hole locations and significant intercepts reported in this release superimposed on the interpreted geology. Previously reported holes are not shown for the sake of clarity. Note some holes and results appear on multiple sections due to the sections orientation and sections overlap.

 

 

Figure 14. Schematic cross section of geology and significant new drillhole intercepts (looking northwest, Section Line S1, +/-100m section width, as shown in Figure 13). Due to section window size and orientation holes may appear on multiple sections. This diagram highlights >50gram metres intersections drilled during the quarter which are >1g/t Au.

 

 

Figure 15. Schematic cross section of geology and significant new drillhole intercepts (looking northwest, Section Line S2, +/-100m section width, as shown in Figure 13). Due to section window size and orientation holes may appear on multiple sections. This diagram highlights >50gram metres intersections drilled during the quarter which are >1g/t Au.

 

 

Figure 16. Schematic cross section of geology and significant new drillhole intercepts (looking northwest, Section Line S3, +/-100m section width, as shown in Figure 13). Due to section window size and orientation holes may appear on multiple sections. This diagram highlights >50gram metres intersections drilled during the quarter which are >1g/t Au.

 

 

Figure 17. Schematic cross section of geology and significant new drillhole intercepts (looking northwest, Section Line S4, +/-100m section width, as shown in Figure 13). Due to section window size and orientation holes may appear on multiple sections. This diagram highlights >50gram metres intersections drilled during the quarter which are >1g/t Au.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted October 28, 2021

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