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Rox Resources begins aircore drilling at Mt Fisher gold project in Australia

Published 23 November 2017

Rox Resources has commenced an aircore drilling program at the Mt Fisher gold project 270km north of Leonora in Western Australia.

The drilling campaign at Mt Fisher comprises approximately 112 holes for 7,500 metres, with the main focus being the Dam, Damsel, Nile and Shiva prospects where strong drilling results have previously been received. The gold target areas lie to the west of the Fisher East nickel belt.

The aim of the drilling program is to complement the previous successful drilling results, so that more coherent geochemical targets can be defined for follow-up RC and diamond drilling.

Rox believes the Dam-Damsel-Shiva area has similarities to the 3.6 million ounce Bronzewing camp some 75km to the southwest, and is using the extensive knowledge base that was built up in the 1990’s and 2000’s regarding Bronzewing and the Yandal Belt in its exploration program design. An explanation of the Bronzewing model is in the Appendix.

Rox Managing Director, Ian Mulholland said: “We have had these high-priority targets identified for some time, and are now pleased to be able to progress to drilling and target significant gold mineralisation. The sheer amount of gold in the regolith in this area is compelling evidence of a much bigger and richer gold source at depth.”



Source: Company Press Release