The three gold anomalous zones, BN1, BN2, and BN3, have a combined length of 7.7 kilometres within the previously defined 14-kilometre long zone of soil anomalies.
BN1 is 1.6x1.0 kilometres assaying up to 878ppb gold, BN2 is 3.0x0.4 kilometres assaying up to 873ppb gold, and BN3 is 3.1x0.2 kilometres assaying up to 648ppb gold.
A trenching program, totalling at least 2,000 metres is now underway to test highly anomalous parts of the soil anomalies.
Reverse circulation (RC) drilling is expected to commence once the trenching results have been received.
The Boundiali Project consists of two permits – Boundiali North and Boundiali South.
The infill soil sampling program consisted of 4,386 samples collected on a 200x50-metre grid at Boundiali North.
This added to soil sampling results from November 2018 (2,157 samples) and August 2018 (1,356 samples).
10,000-metre drilling underway at Nyangboue prospect
A 10,000-metre RC drill program commenced at the Boundiali Project in early March 2019.
The program commenced with infill drilling at the Nyangboue gold prospect within the Boundiali South permit.
The drill rig will then move up to Boundiali North to follow up results of the trenching which is currently underway.
Predictive expects the drilling program to be completed in the June quarter and assays to be revealed as they become available.