Talisker Resources Ltd. (TSX: TSK) announced today the early assay results from a drill hole in the ongoing drilling program at the company’s flagship Bralorne gold project. The hole SB-2021-69 yielded an intersect of 1.98 g/t gold over 62.05 metres.
The reported intersect also includes up-hole assays of 62.60 g/t gold over 0.5 metres within 5.65 g/t gold over 8.40 metres.
The company has so far drilled 58,221 metres, consisting of 101 holes, out of the 100,000-metre diamond drill program at the property. Five drill rigs are currently active while samples from 28 holes are currently in the laboratory and are expected to be released soon.
In particular, the mining firm awaits the result from hole SB-2021-72 which the company believes, “will confirm this consistent near surface mineralization for a total strike length of 800 metres”.
Earlier this month, the firm closed its acquisition of New Carolin Gold Corp. (TSXV: LAD) in an all-share transaction, intending to delist the acquired company from the TSX Venture.
Talisker Resources last traded at $0.265 on the TSX.
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