Assays have been received for a further four drill holes with two holes intersecting multiple high-grade lodes in the link position.
- 6 metres at 55.8 g/t gold from 108 metres;
- 42 metres at 5.6 g/t gold from 146 metres;
- 7 metres at 7.0 g/t gold from 183 metres; and
- 60 metres at 2.7 g/t gold from 96 metres.
Notably, assays have been returned over a strike length of 75 metres with the high-grade mineralisation remaining open in all directions.
Assays for the final four holes remain pending, due in late March 2020 and follow-up drilling at the Starlight link-lode is being planned with commencement in April 2020.
Starlight link-lode discovery expected to grow
Musgrave’s managing director Rob Waugh said: “The new Starlight link-lode at Break of Day continues to deliver fantastic high-grade results and is expected to grow significantly with further drilling.
“The gold mineralisation at Starlight remains open in all directions including up-dip as it extends near surface.
“The identification of multiple individual lodes within this link position is significant and will enhance the upside potential of this new discovery.”
The six holes that were drilled at the Mainland-Consols prospect returned low-grade gold mineralisation.