This includes one drill hole that has a 130.55 123.93-metre intersection with an 87.53-metre true thickness.
In a statement, the company said the nine completed holes totalled 1,481.4 m of HQ core to objective depths and that eight of the nine holes contained significant graphite intervals.
Tom Yingling, president and chief executive officer said: "We are continuing to unravel the structural and geological disposition of the Lac Gueret South zone 1 graphite body.
“So we continue the exciting but painstaking work required as Berkwood endeavours to chart a focused and efficient program to define the potential for an economically mineable resource.
The company plans to collaborate with Terrane Geosciences to improve its structural capabilities.
Yingling added that once complete, the company will have a 3-D model of its graphite body, providing a clearer, more detailed picture of the size and geometry of its zone 1 graphite body.
“We are making progress in stages, and continue with each successive phase to build on the great results we have enjoyed since discovery. Critically, the exploration potential for a significant graphite deposit has continued to be supported by the phase 3 campaign"
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Edward Lyons, PGeo said: "The drilling in phase 3 focused on expanding knowledge in and adjacent to the previously drilled areas.
“One outcome is increased recognition of intervals of lower-grade graphite interlayered with high-grade material. Some relatively narrow true-width intervals with lower grades may represent lateral extensions of thicker zones.
The true widths and persistence of graphite in almost all of Berkwood's drillholes to date show the potential of the zone 1 anomaly. Planned geophysical studies ahead of phase 4 will refine our geological and structural model to guide drill placement."
“Planned geophysical studies ahead of phase 4 will refine our geological and structural model to guide drill placement," Lyons said.
Lac Gueret South zone 1 is located directly south of Mason Graphite's advanced Lac Gueret project.