Miramar nabs new Gidji tenements, increases strike length to 15km
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Miramar Resources has been granted several new tenements within its Gidji Joint Venture project in the Eastern Goldfields of WA.
With the new tenements, the project’s total strike length is now around 15km.
Miramar Resources (ASX:M2R) executive chairman Allan Kelley said most of the tenements were poorly explored and provide the company with additional targets for testing.
“The newly granted tenure includes a 4km-long segment of the Boorara Shear Zone, north of Marylebone, which is hidden under lake sediments and other transported material,” he said.
“There is minimal deep drilling along most of this regionally important structure with only shallow aircore drill traverses spaced at least 500m apart.”
The newly granted tenure includes several highly prospective and under-explored drill targets that were identified prior to the IPO in 2020 including:
The company plans to conduct further drilling at Gidji once it has completed the current lake aircore drilling campaign at the Glandore Project.
Just last week the Glandore drilling identified a 600m long regolith gold anomaly with results as high as 2m at 4.78g/t of gold.
A lake walking drill rig is expected to take about three weeks to complete the 5500m aircore program on Lake Yindarlgooda.
Miramar’s aim is to increase the drilling detail of the western side of the granite intrusion that feeds the high-grade mineralisation at the East target ahead of diamond drilling.
This article was developed in collaboration with Miramar Resources Limited, a Stockhead advertiser at the time of publishing.
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