The nuggets were found during an initial supervised metal detecting program and field investigation within the new tenement E45/5146 and similar programs were also carried out at tenement E45/4722.
Follow-up soil and rock chip sampling were also completed within E45/4724 at Marble Bar Gold Project, to the southeast of DOMs Hill, after encouraging gold in soil samples were identified in a program in October.
“Excellent potential for discovery”
Chairman and CEO Luke Reinehr said: “We are greatly encouraged by this immediate result within the new tenement E45/5146 at the DOMs Hill Gold Project and the continued discovery of nuggets within E45/4722, which supports the potential for epigenetic gold mineralisation.
“Kalamazoo has been exploring in the Pilbara since its inception and the continued gold discoveries/developments by groups such as Calidus at Klondyke near Marble Bar have highlighted the broad-scale prospectivity of the Eastern Pilbara.
“This provides further confidence that our continued gold exploration in the area has excellent potential for discovery.
“In Victoria, the 10,000-metre diamond drilling program at our major project in Castlemaine is progressing very well with the first hole to 485 metres complete and the second drill hole almost finalised to a similar depth.
“We are expecting to complete four drill holes before a short Christmas break, with first assays results hopefully received by then, though drilling progress and assay laboratory availability will determine that schedule.”
DOMs Hill project
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