The results, which will feed into a pending JORC resource upgrade, have identified and extended zones of improved grade at the southern end of the deposit.
Furthermore, the results highlight the potential for additional shallow hanging wall targets.
Highlights include 13 metres at 3.81 g/t gold from 119 metres, 14 metres at 2.04 g/t gold from 34 metres and 22 metres at 1.42 g/t gold from 103 metres.
Assays remain pending for a further 12 holes from the 2,300-metre reverse circulation (RC) and diamond program.
Saturn’s managing director Ian Bamborough said: “We continue to be very pleased with developments at Apollo Hill.
“Our work continues to produce better results within this large and growing gold system that will help form the basis of our next resource upgrade.
“We look forward to getting the drill rigs turning again in the coming weeks as we execute our plan to re-focus on the newly defined higher-grade hanging wall lodes in the north of the deposit.”