The program, which will begin in mid-July, is designed to identify north-south trending zones of gold mineralisation within the weathering profile.
Shares have surged almost 36% this morning to 3.8 cents and are up from 2.4 cents at the close on June 24.
Testing “priority anomalies”
Great Boulder managing director Andrew Paterson said the company was excited to be drilling again at Whiteheads.
“We’ve been fairly quiet for the past couple of months, conserving cash while the coronavirus pandemic played out.
“Now that things are returning to normal in Western Australia we’re looking forward to testing these priority anomalies at Whiteheads.
“The bottom-of-hole geochemistry study is ongoing and a lot more work is planned for the coming months.”
Lindsays South work
Drilling will also test strike extensions to gold mineralisation at the Lindsays South area, within the newly granted tenement E27/588.
With advanced copper-nickel-cobalt projects including Mt Venn and Winchester and the Whiteheads Gold Project plus the backing of a strong technical team, the company is well-positioned for future success.