One diamond hole was drilled at Hollandaire West, 19HOMET001, and two were drilled at Hollandaire, 19HOMET002, and 19HOMET003.
Notably, the intersection returned in 19HOMET003 is the highest-grade intersection encountered in the mineralised zone to date.
The hole intersected 10.4 metres at 14.9% copper from 84.5 metres including 4.5 metres at 21.9% copper with 1.2 g/t gold and 46.4 g/t silver.
The other hole at Hollandaire, 19HOMET002, intersected 19.1 metres at 1.3% coper from 85.9 metres depth.
The single metallurgy hole drilled at Hollandaire West 19HOMET001 intersected 27.9 metres at 1.1% copper from 45.7 metres including 9.0 metres at 1.6% copper with 0.1 g/t gold and 2.3 g/t silver.
Metallurgy test work on drill holes underway
Metallurgical test work on these intersections has commenced with results expected over the coming months.
Cyprium’s executive director Barry Cahill said: “We are extremely pleased with the stunning high-grade drill results from our metallurgical drill programme at Hollandaire.
“The intercepts are all less than 100 metres vertical depth which are a reminder of the quality of the mineralised envelope at this project.
Further drill results expected in November
“We now await further assay results at Hollandaire West along with results from metallurgical test-work.
Soil sampling defining regional targets
“Our geological team continues to increase its understanding of the controls of this high-grade copper mineralisation at the Cue Copper Project.
“The team are currently finalising the phase II drilling at Hollandaire, as well as completing regional soil sampling to refine our regional drill targets.”