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Kin Mining NL delivers more high-grade gold from Leonora

Kyte may be mined earlier in the mine plan than previously anticipated.
Kin Mining NL delivers more high-grade gold from Leonora
Highlights include: 6 metres at 8.8g/t gold from surface

Kin Mining NL (ASX:KIN) has revealed high-grade near surface drilling results from the Kyte deposit at its Leonora Gold Project in Western Australia.

High-grade highlights include: 6 metres at 8.8g/t gold from surface, including 1 metre at 19.3g/t gold.

These were supported by broader intersections such as: 21 metres at 2.3g/t gold from 11 metres; and 15 metres at 2.6g/t gold from 4 metres.

The Kyte deposit is part of the greater resource at Cardinia which currently stands at 4.86 million tonnes at 1.3g/t gold for 192,000 ounces.

Don Harper, chief executive, said the latest results provided another boost to the upcoming Resource estimate and Feasibility Study.

"These shallow, high grade results within the free-digging Kyte open pit have exceeded our expectations.

"In light of these results, Kyte may be scheduled to be mined earlier in the mine plan than previously anticipated, leading to earlier and increased revenue generation."

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