Capital Mining announced the commencement of drilling at the Mayfield Gold Project in south-eastern NSW following the grant of all requisite approvals.
Capital said the drilling is designed to confirm the continuity and consistency of high-grade mineralisation within the project area identified from previous drilling.
“The initial program will consist of two Reverse Circulation (RC) drill holes totalling approximately 800 metres,” Capital said in a statement.
“It will drill test the down-dip and along-strike extensions of the known mineralisation at the Mayfield Project.”
Drilling at Mayfield is expected to be completed later this month.
The company also reported that it plans to commence drilling at the Chakola Gold and Base Metals Project, also located in south-eastern NSW.
According to Capital, the program is scheduled to commence upon completion of drilling at Mayfield and upon addressing all regulatory and logistical requirements.