St George announce the lab assays at the Radar Prospect
22 October 2019
St George Mining Limited announced that laboratory assays have confirmed a significant intersection of high-grade nickel-copper sulphides at the Radar Prospect – the latest discovery at St George’s flagship Mt Alexander Project, located in the north-eastern Goldfields.
The new discovery is located 1.2km east of the known nickel-copper sulphide deposits at the Cathedrals Prospect and extends the east-west strike of high-grade mineralisation on the Cathedrals Belt to 5.5km.
The thickness of the ultramafic and the nickel-copper sulphides intersected at Radar is supportive of further significant mineralisation being intersected at this prospect.
Diamond drilling will resume at Radar later this week, with holes planned to test both up-dip and downdip from the significant intersection in discovery hole MAD152.