Helsinki is a large, high-priority target situated along a major fault.
() has received results for first-pass aircore drilling at the Helskini Prospect within the Strickland Gold Project in Western Australia.
A total of 55 holes were drilled to an average depth of 32 metres and intersected anomalous gold including 6 metres at 1.1 g/t gold from 11 metres.
In addition, during the drilling campaign, five rock samples were collected from areas of interest, with a sheared felsic rock returning a gold result of 15.4 g/t gold.
This result confirms the prospectivity of the felsic rocks to be a source of hydrothermal fluids which have created significant structural pathways for gold-bearing fluid migration.
Further drilling at Helsinki will target the area where a major mineralised fluid pathway is thought to exist.
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