Rare earths present in monazite with high NdPr and HREO content, confirming the quality of the Cummins Range deposit.
Assay results received for a further 22 drill-holes, with 90% reporting significant rare earth and phosphate mineralisation
Ten rare earth and phosphate drill intercepts over 200m wide and two over 400m wide, with key assay results including:
426.9m at 0.4% TREO and 4% P2O5 in hole CDX0038; and
406m at 0.3% TREO and 4% P2O5 in CDX0024
High-grade rare earth intercepts of up to 11.5% TREO include:
35m at 1.6% TREO including 16m at 2.4% TREO in hole CDX0037
11m at 2.2% TREO and 18% P2O5 in CDX0034
9.6m at 1.6% TREO and 8% P2O5 including 3.2m at 3.4% TREO in CDX0040
9.8m at 3.3% TREO and 5% P2O5 including 2.2m at 11.5% TREO in CDX0043
10m at 3.6% TREO and 6% P2O5 including 3m at 9.5% TREO in CDX0050
Four northernmost drill holes all assaying 5% P2O5 and 0.2% TREO over wide intercepts.
Monazite (not apatite) confirmed as the host of rare earths mineralisation in the Phos Dyke, containing highly valuable 44% NdPr and HREO (26% NdPr and 19% HREO)