St George Mining Ltd (ASX:SGQ) has intersected additional massive nickel-copper sulphide mineralisation at the Cathedrals Prospect within the Mt Alexander Project in Western Australia.
Mt Alexander Project is located 120 kilometres south‐southwest of the Agnew-Wiluna belt which hosts numerous world class nickel deposits.
The latest drilling details are from MAD35, which was completed to a downhole depth of 95.4 metres and intersected:
- 4.18 metres of ultramafic with disseminated, blebby and some stringer sulphides from , from 60 metres; and
- 1.86 metres of massive sulphides (average XRF values of 8.3% nickel, 3.6% copper) and
then 15cm of ultramafic with stringer sulphides on contact with granite from 64 metres.
The intersection of massive nickel‐copper sulphides in MAD35 is down‐dip from both MAD15 and MAD16, with mineralisation open to the north.
John Prineas, executive chairman, commented:
"With high grades of nickel, copper, cobalt and PGEs already confirmed at Cathedrals, we are very pleased to see more massive nickel-copper sulphides being identified in this area.
"The Cathedrals ultramafic extends for over 400 metres and remains underexplored.
"The latest drilling success provides confidence that ongoing infill and extensional drilling at Cathedrals will continue to identify further nickel‐copper mineralisation."
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