Superior Gold (TSXV: SGI) this morning announced further results from its underground drill program at its Plutonic Gold mine in Western Australia. A total of 2,350 metres of drilling was conducted via 17 drill holes, with highlights including 40.4 grams per tonne gold over 6.50 metres including 232.0 grams per tonne gold over 0.90 metres.
Drilling under the exploration program was conducted on an area that had not previously been tested between what the company refers to as the Baltic and Baltic Deeps mineralized zones. The drilling was conducted over a strike length of 150 metres, extended vertically 120 metres.
Key from this drilling however, is that the results illustrate the potential of connecting the Baltic Zone with that of the Baltics Deeps mineralization, both of which are key areas in the underground mine.
Full data from the seventreen drill holes can be found via Superior Gold’s morning press release, found here.
Superior Gold last traded at $0.85 on the TSX Venture.
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