A 12-metre intersection from 100 metres returned 3.27 g/t gold, including 4 metres from 108 metres at 6.37 g/t.
The company has received initial results from a recently completed 76-hole, 4,672-metre aircore drill program which was drilled to the top of fresh rock.
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Four broad spaced lines were drilled, testing a 3 kilometre by 600-metre surface auger gold anomaly.
Nexus has received 4-metre composite gold results from about 50% of the program with the remainder due this month.
Pinnacles project is largely under-explored and commences less than 5 kilometres south of, and along strike from the Carosue Dam operations.
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During the aircore program, gold mineralisation was intersected adjacent to the major Yilgangi Fault splay regional structure, over a gravity low.
This structure is synonymous with all Carosue Dam deposits.
An auger regional geochemical sampling program has also been completed infilling three targets identified in a first pass regional auger geochemical program with results pending.
A 6,000-metre follow-up aircore program covering an 800-metre by 400-metre core anomaly is expected to start at GT6 in early June.
Nexus holds 125 square kilometres of highly prospective geological terrain within a major regional structural corridor and is exploring for gold deposits.
The company also has a joint venture over the Pinnacles JV Gold Project with Saracen.
Nexus recently acquired the Wallbrook tenement package from Saracen in a transaction completed at the start of April.