A total of 7 reverse circulation (RC) and diamond drill holes were completed for 2,117 metres testing extensions to known sulphide mineralisation at Zermatt, Cortina and ML 13.
Discrete EM and geochemical anomalies on the western side of the main intrusion known as the Western Anomaly were also tested as potential feeder structures.
Results include 4.5 metres at 0.2% copper, 0.3% nickel from 85 metres, 8 metres at 0.3% copper, 0.1% nickel from 28 metres, and 3.1 metres at 0.5% copper, 0.1% nickel from 554 metres.
Great Boulder is collating all assay and geophysical data to plan the next phase of RC and diamond drilling into the newly defined EM conductors at the Eastern Mafic.
New drill holes (red) and previous significant intersections (yellow). Contour lines show gravity