Cazaly has started reverse circulation drilling on priority targets at its Halls Creek copper-zinc-silver project in Western Australia’s East Kimberley region.

Drilling at Moses Rock will test an electromagnetic conductor targeting another massive sulphide deposit about 5km southwest of the Mount Angelo North resource which features recent intercepts such as 64m grading 2.72% copper and 1.13% zinc.

Cazaly Resources’ (ASX:CAZ) drill program will also test the Bommie prospect – a large, low-grade porphyry copper system with intercepts including 170m at 0.4% copper – about 2.5km southwest of Mount Angelo North.

“It is a great feeling to get back on the ground at Halls Creek to drill our priority targets at Moses Rock and the Bommie Prospect,” managing director Tara French said.

“Now we look forward to completing this program and receiving assay results to plan the next phase of work at Halls Creek.”

Halls Creek

Halls Creek extends over a 10km strike of the Halls Creek Mobile Zone which is highly prospective for a range of commodities.

It includes Mount Angelo North, a VMS copper deposit that outcrops at surface and has a current resource of 1.72Mt at 1.4% copper, 12g/t silver and 1.4% zinc.

The deposit is also characterised by a strong EM response.

The EM conductor at Moses Rock is located within the Koongie Park Formation, the same rock units that host the Mount Angelo North copper-zinc-silver deposit.



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