Breaker Resources NL (ASX: BRB) has received high-grade gold results from the next 10 holes or wedges drilled as part of its resource development infill programme on the primary Northern Flat Lodes beneath the Bombora Prospect at its Lake Roe Gold Project in Western Australia.
Every hole/wedge in this latest batch has returned high-grade gold intercepts which validate the interpretation and further enhances the continuity within the ore system.
Best results include:
1m @ 14.19 g/t gold from 191m in BBDD0149 (est. true width = 0.70m) 1.91m @ 13.66 g/t gold from 543m in BBDD0149W1 (est. true width = 1.34m) 4m @ 8.67 g/t gold from 445m in BBDD0150 (est. true width = 2.80m)
4.35m @ 5.96 g/t gold from 484m in BBDD150W1 (est. true width = 3.05m) 1.5m @ 11.18 g/t gold from 572m in BBDD150W1 (est. true width = 1.05m) 1.83m @ 9.84 g/t gold from 515m in BBDD152W1 (est. true width = 1.28m) 1.07m @ 9.38 g/t gold from 540m in BBDD154W1 (est. true width = 0.75m) 0.65m @ 19.98 g/t gold from 549m in BBDD154W1 (est. true width = 0.46m) 1.9m @ 13.46 g/t gold from 562m in BBDD0154W1 (est. true width = 1.33m)
The Northern Flat Lodes are a series of stacked, shallow north plunging flat lodes located below and north of the future open pit. The flat lodes are mineralised consistently over 2km and display numerous hundred-metre-long high-grade gold shoots, often associated with structure intersections.
“These flat lodes keep expressing themselves as game changers, with the potential to significantly increase the overall grade at Bombora and to become an important part of any future underground development at Lake Roe gold operations. All lodes could share the one lot of vertical development and by coincidence they dip at the same gradient as a potential decline access,” Acting CEO, Peter Cook, said.
The Northern Flat Lodes plunging north from the proposed Bombora open pit manifest as stacked flatly dipping narrow, but high- grade lode structures typically 1-3m in thickness. The intersection of these with the NW trending and steeply east-dipping lodes, and the NW trending and west dipping lodes creates elongated corridors where much thicker and higher-grade shoots tend to form.
The Bombora prospect at the Lake Roe Gold Project offers multiple open pit size/stage options with strong and demonstrable underground mining potential from the various primary lode structures.
Resource development drilling continues at Bombora with the current focus on increasing drill density and structural validation of the higher-grade shoots within the flat lode structures.
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