Kairos Minerals has resumed exploration drilling at the Roe Hills Gold Project in Western Australia following the Christmas/New Year break.
The program, comprising up to 5,000 metres of combined revere circulation percussion (RCP) and diamond core drilling, will test multiple priority gold target within the Project delineated by historical drilling and outlined by the company in recent months.
Kairos’ Managing Director Joshua Wellisch said the company was looking forward to completing the remainder of the planned drilling at Roe Hills which yielded “very encouraging” results prior to being halted over the holiday break.
“The results from this drilling will provide a vital insight into the nature and controls of gold mineralisation within the company’s Roe Hills tenement in the Eastern Yilgarn Craton, which is emerging as an exciting new gold exploration province,” Mr Wellisch said.
He said the potential for significant new discoveries to be made under cover by applying modern exploration methodologies in this historically underexplored region had recently been demonstrated by Breaker Resources at the nearby Lake Roe Project.
“Breaker Resources’ continued drilling success immediately to the north of our tenements provides us with strong encouragement, and we look forward to reporting the results from our own drilling as they come to hand,” he concluded.