Twenty Seven Co Ltd (ASX:TSC) has started drilling at Rover Project in Western Australia where 33 reverse circulation (RC) drill holes for 1,800 metres are planned over the next three months focusing on priority gold targets.
The company aims to test four new anomalous gold targets with the campaign following on from auger drilling and soil geochemical programs.
These focus areas are:
- Harmonic – where the prospective target area has been tripled to around 650 metres by the discovery of a 1.77 g/t gold rock chip;
- Creasy-1 - where previous drilling intersected 15 metres at 3.8 g/t from 49 metres, including 1-metre at 54 g/t;
- Red Bush - a very strong 600-metre-long gold in soil anomaly, supported by rock chips up to 0.6 g/t; and
- Maynard Intrusion - a gold-in-soil anomaly coincident with a favourable trap site, interpreted as a zone of potential high fluid flow at the southern end of the intrusion.
Results will be released over the coming weeks.
Ongoing exploration and next steps include RC drilling with progress updates and due diligence progress updates regarding the Mt Dimer project in WA and the Trident project in NSW.