ECR Minerals plc (LON:ECR), the precious metals exploration and development company, is pleased to announce positive progress in the Company’s gold drilling programme being undertaken at the Black Cat prospect at the Bailieston gold project in the State of Victoria, Australia.
First published 7th February 2019
Readers are advised to consult the Company’s previous announcement outlining the proposed drilling programme as follows:
At the Company’s Black Cat prospect in the Bailieston project area, 250 metres of rotary air blast drilling has been completed to date in 10 target holes within ECR ground immediately south of ground recently applied for by Newmont Exploration;
Most holes have been completed in the northern part of Black Cat (6 holes) with 3 holes completed on the main central workings and 1 hole in the southern dyke;
Wide zones of alteration were intersected in 7 holes and quartz veining in 2 holes and to date 77 samples have been delivered for laboratory assay testing with results awaited;
Drilling is continuing at the Black Cat prospect within the main Black Cat workings, the southern dyke area and potentially new follow up areas;
Further updates to the market will be provided at the earliest opportunity as assay results are received and findings analysed by our technical team.
Craig Brown, Chief Executive Officer commented: “As with Creswick and Bailieston Blue Moon, drilling at Black Cat is proceeding well and we are pleased with the work undertaken to date.
We look forward to providing further drilling progress updates and the findings following the review of assay results by our technical team.”
COMPETENT PERSON STATEMENT
This announcement has been reviewed by Neil Motton BSc (Hons), MAusIMM (CP), FSEG, a geological consultant to the Company’s wholly owned subsidiary Mercator Gold Australia Pty Ltd with more than 30 years of professional experience. Mr Motton is a qualified person as that term is defined by the AIM Note for Mining, Oil and Gas Companies..
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