Junior gold and nickel exploration company Moho Resources has completed the maiden diamond drilling program at the Crossroads gold prospect, which is part of the company’s Burracoppin Gold Project.
Located in the WA Wheatbelt, about 22km west of the Edna May gold mine, Moho’s Burracoppin Gold Project is subject to a 70:30 Joint venture with WA-based diversified metals miner IGO Limited.
Moho said the diamond drill program of 4 holes (630m) primarily targeted mineralisation intersected in the January 2021 RC drilling program, with the drill hole layout determined using an analysis of multielement geochemistry, geophysics and gold assay values.
The program was partially funded by the WA Government as part of its Exploration Incentive Scheme to test a potential Intrusive-Related Gold mineral system at the Crossroads prospect.
According to the company’s statement, assays from the diamond drilling are expected in approximately six to eight weeks’ time.