Assays received for two new diamond drill-holes completed as part of the 2022 drilling program at the Cummins Range Rare Earths and Phosphate Project, WA.
CDX0023 intersected 373m at 0.3% TREO, 4% P2O5 from 14m:
-Including a cumulative 51.7m at 1.3% TREO, which includes:
8m @ 1.4% TREO & 3% P2O5 from 131m; and
5.3m @ 1.8% TREO & 3% P2O5 from 297m; and
8.85m @ 1% TREO & 6% P2O5 from 325.3m; and
4.45m @ 1.8% TREO & 5% P2O5 from 347.8m
CDX0024 intersected 264.3m at 0.4% TREO 4% P2O5 from 150m:
-Including a cumulative 71m at 1.1% TREO, which includes:
27.7m at 1% TREO and 3% P2O5;
5.2m at 1% TREO and 4% P2O5; and
5.85m at 2.1% TREO and 4% P2O5
Results to contribute towards key Mineral Resource Upgrade due next quarter
Assay results awaited for 49 holes and expected to be received over the coming months
"The wide intercepts continue to come through for Cummins Range and we expect to see a strong flow of news through until January next year now the program is complete.
"Once we have received all assay results, work will commence on what we expect to be a significant resource upgrade in the first quarter of next year.
“The mineralised system is now wider than it is long, with dimensions reaching 750m of strike, a width of 900m wide and extending to a depth of 500m.”