It’s cannonball at Cross Lake in Manitoba after Leeuwin Metals returned thick drilling results grading up to 1.94% lithium – an impressive result for the company which only listed on the ASX earlier this year in March.

Stockhead’s Sarah Hughan sits down with Leeuwin Metals (ASX:LM1) managing director Christopher Piggott to get the short end of the long story on the company’s latest announcement.

Last week, Leeuwin announced results from a further three drill holes at its Cross Lake project, which possesses mapped pegmatite swarms stretching beyond 6km of strike.

Cross Lake has not previously been systematically explored for its lithium potential, leaving Leeuwin eager to prove up the large-scale opportunity at the project going into 2024.

Some of the drilling results from Cross Lake so far include 24.96m at 1.09% Li2O from 6m, 9.79m at 1.18% Li2O from 75.55m, and 7.21m at 1.94% Li2O from 19m.

“These results are pretty positive and give us a lot of confidence moving forward,” Piggott told Stockhead TV.

Tune in to hear Leeuwin’s Christopher Piggott on what comes next at Cross Lake.