Castile Resources Limited (ASX:CST) has received high grade intercepts from drilling targeting the upper, copper-rich mineralised zones in hole 21CRD005-2B which was drilled into the Jupiter Deeps zone of the Rover 1 IOCG ore body in Australia’s Northern Territory.
Hole 21CRD005-2B has returned: 30.5m @ 2.2% Cu with 0.7g/t Au, 0.1% Bi and 3.1g/t Ag from 844m downhole, inc. 7.7m @ 4.8% Cu with 1.9g/t Au, 0.1% Bi, 0.1% Co and 6.1g/t Ag from 856.2m downhole 9m @ 3.4% Cu with 0.1g/t Au, 0.1% Bi and 2.9g/t Ag from 916m downhole, inc. 4.7m @ 5.4% Cu with 0.1g/t Au, 0.1% Bi and 4.4g/t Ag from 919.3m downhole.
“We continue to expand the Jupiter Deeps lode with this latest hole featuring yet more outstanding, wide, high- grade copper intercepts,” Managing Director, Mark Hepburn, said.
“The results from the Jupiter Deeps IOCG orebody have been very consistent along with the main Jupiter zone and we look forward to the outcomes of the new resource estimate that is underway.
“There is core from one more wedge (21CRD005-3) from this primary hole into Jupiter Deeps currently in the laboratory awaiting assay. This will conclude our resource definition drilling program for Rover 1. The project will now move through the pre-development stages with additional evaluation at depth planned from underground.”
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