Riversgold Ltd (ASX:RGL) has received a number of new high-grade gold results from its Little gold prospect (RGL 80%), part of the wider Farr-Jones project in the Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia.
Resampling of 1 metre samples from the most recent aircore program and analysis by fire assay has confirmed an intersection of 12 metres at 1.4 g/t gold from 32 metres (including 8 metres at 2.04 g/t gold) at the Little prospect.
Results including 1 metre re-splits of Little aircore drilling
Riversgold chairman Rod Webster said: “With these new results from Little we have now intersected zones of anomalous mineralisation over a 2.5 kilometre long corridor.
“The Farr-Jones project continues to show potential to host a number of gold deposits adjacent to the Randall Fault”.
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Riversgold is planning follow-up drilling at both the Farr-Jones and Cutler projects, where a high-grade drill intersection of 1 metre at 62.9g/t gold at the northern end of the Cutler project has not yet been followed up.