Giralia announces high-grade gold intersections

GIRALIA Resources NL reported strong intersections from infill and step-out diamond core drilling of the Mixy lode at the company’s 100 per cent owned Snake Well gold project, 150 kilometres north-east of Geraldton. Diamond cored holes drilled with larger diameter core to provide bulk sample material for detailed gravity metallurgical testwork have confirmed continuity of grade and thickness of shallow high-grade gold mineralisation established by previous reverse circulation drilling. The planned metallurgical testwork will focus on establishing grinding characteristics and parameters for simple and inexpensive gravity gold recovery from Mixy mineralisation. Preliminary metallurgical testwork on RC drill hole composites from the Mixy lode indicates results with 81.4 per cent average gravity recoverable gold from oxide and transition samples, with overall conventional cyanidation recoveries for oxide and primary mineralisation averaging 95 per cent.

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