Moho’s new technical manager to advance gold, nickel projects
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Moho (ASX:MOH) has strengthened its team with the appointment of veteran geologist Lyndal Money as technical manager to oversee its gold and nickel plays.
Money is a highly regarded geologist with over 20 years’ experience in exploration and mining across a range of commodities in the Kalgoorlie and Southern Cross districts, Western Australia.
She was most recently the senior project geologist for Bardoc Gold (ASX:BDC) and has also worked as manager-geology for Torian Resources (ASX:TNR), manager-geology projects for Phoenix Gold and senior project geologist for MacPherson’s Reward Gold.
Prior to this, she served as a geologist for Focus Minerals’ Coolgardie gold project, Placer Dome at the Kanowna Belle Gold Mine, Viceroy Australia at the Bounty Gold Mine and with Sons of Gwalia at the large-scale Marvel Loch gold operations.
“I am very pleased to welcome Lyndal to the Moho team, particularly at this pivotal time as we proceed to unlock the mineral potential across our portfolio of assets,” Moho Resources managing director Shane Sadleir said.
“Lyndal has an enviable record in the mining industry, having worked extensively in Western Australia’s Goldfields region on some of the state’s most prolific gold projects.
“Her wealth of operational experience will be vital in guiding the company’s exploration projects and moving them ultimately into production.”
Moho has enjoyed some intriguing exploration results in the past months.
Its maiden reverse circulation drilling program at the Crossroads prospect within the Burracoppin project in WA has already returned success with the intersection of high grade bedrock gold topping up at 1m grading 7.48 grams per tonne (g/t) gold from 92m.
Notably, drilling has already defined mineralisation at Crossroads over 500m from north to south and to a depth of 80m.
The company’s Phase 2 drill program at the East Sampson Dam prospect had consistently returned high grade results, the most recent of which include 1m at 43.5g/t gold from 64m within a broader 6m intersection at 11.03g/t gold from 62m in a new zone that had not been drilled previously.
Its success in finding new mineralisation and clarifying the extent and tenor of gold mineralisation at the prospect is expected to flow through the resource modelling underway.
Separately, early exploration at the Empress Springs gold project in northern Queensland in partnership with the CSIRO and the company’s joint venture partner IGO (ASX:IGO) has resulted in the discovery of a +90km anomalous gold zone.
This article was developed in collaboration with Moho Resources, a Stockhead advertiser at the time of publishing.
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