Results from Flushing Meadows confirm widespread oxide gold mineralisation over 800 metres of strike including 18 metres at 2.26 g/t gold from 91 metres.
Mineralisation occurs in multiple zones from shallow depths, is continuous along a total strike length of 1.7 kilometres and is open in a number of directions.
All recent drilling at Flushing Meadows including assays that remain pending will be used to compile a JORC resource estimate.
Yandal’s managing director Lorry Hughes said: “We continue to be encouraged by the oxide assay results at Flushing Meadows in particular the identification of multiple parallel gold zones that have received limited exploration.
“Mineralisation is open in most directions and once we compile the pending results from the 50-metre infill and initial reconnaissance programs, multiple targets to expand the system will be tested.
“Our current priorities are to assess the potential for shallow oxide open pits, progressively explore to expand the mineralisation footprint along strike, then as our geological and structural understanding of the system grows test the best targets at depth.”
Drilling shows gold at both Flinders Park and Rosewall
Assays were also received from three RC holes at Flinders Park and three RC holes at Rosewall.
At Flinders Park, drilling tested beneath and along strike from shallow oxide mineralisation intercepted in earlier RC and aircore programs.
Drilling intersected 26 metres at 1.69 g/t gold from 38 metres and the next round of drilling is being planned.
Proactive caught up with the company recently for an update.