These latest results from the Sunnyside prospect within the wider Enmore Gold Project add to earlier results, demonstrating its potential as an emerging high-grade gold asset.   

Latest assays include 28m at 2.03 g/t gold from 191m from drillhole OKDD003 and 5m at 2.93 g/t gold 195m, indicating the higher-grade gold mineralisation appears to continue increasing with depth and remains open down plunge.

According to Okapi Resources (ASX:OKR) managing director Andrew Ferrier the results across the entire program returned significant intervals and achieved its objective.

“The objective was to test for depth extensions and determine the true width of the mineralisation intersected in last year’s RC drilling program,” he says.

“We look forward to progressing Enmore to the next phase of exploration. The project continues to return high-grade gold from drilling that remains open at depth whilst also having significant regional potential, all whilst being close to existing infrastructure.”

Assay discussion

Results for samples from drillhole OKDD003 indicated a significant mineralised zone that contained individual 1m interval gold assays up to 6.95 g/t.

As with OKDD001 and OKDD002, drillhole OKDD003 consistently intersected highly prospective lithologies, including pervasively altered siltstone and granite with multiple phases of quartz and minor carbonate veining.

Additionally, numerous faults and shear zones were intersected, all of which contain elevated levels of sulphide mineralisation.

The Enmore project boasts significant regional potential with most targets untested by deep drilling as Okapi continues to advance the project to the next phase exploration.




This article was developed in collaboration with Okapi Resources, a Stockhead advertiser at the time of publishing.


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