Highlights include 42 metres at 6.8 g/t gold from 70 metres including 4 metres at 65.8 g/t gold.
Reveres circulation (RC) drilling was focused on testing the new high-grade link-lode and has continued to return consistent, high-grade gold results.
Mineralisation has now been extended to a strike length of over 100 metres and remains open to the west and down dip.
Additional follow-up RC drilling of the Starlight Link-Lode is expected to commence in May 2020.
More drilling expected to extend high-grade mineralisation
Musgrave's managing director Rob Waugh said: “These are more fantastic assay results at Starlight where the link-lode continues to deliver high gold grades.
"Drilling continues to extend the lode which is now defined over a strike of more than 100 metres and remains open to the west and down dip.
"Further drilling is expected to continue to extend the high-grade mineralisation.
"Starlight also remains open near-surface and the confirmation of multiple individual lodes within this link position will enhance the upside potential and the economics of this new discovery.”
There could be more Starlight structures in the area
The identification of the high-grade Starlight Link-Lode structure is significant as it has the potential to add shallow, high-grade gold ounces to the resource.
It is possible that other linking structures may be present within the region which will open a large new search space for exploration and increase the probability of growing the resource base.