De Grey Mining shares double after Hemi drilling confirms potential for major gold discovery

De Grey Mining Ltd (ASX:DEG) has revealed outstanding initial gold results from follow-up aircore drilling at the newly discovered Hemi Prospect within the Mallina Gold Project in WA.

Substantial thick and high-grade gold mineralisation was intersected on two sections 640 metres apart with the mineralisation open in all directions and at depth.

Section A – 30 metres wide to 100 metres depth (oxide and fresh):

  • 24 metres at 7.5 g/t gold from 126 metres in BWAC315, including 18 metres at 8.6 g/t;
  • 49 metres at 3.7 g/t gold from 65 metres in BWAC309, including 18 metres at 6.6 g/t; and
  • 36 metres at 4.0 g/t from 39 metres in BWAC245, including 11 metres at 8.9 g/t.

Hemi Prospect – Section A

Section B – +60 metres wide gold zone to 20 metres depth (oxide):

  • 24 metres at 4.2 g/t gold from 36 metres in BWAC312, including 10 metres at 7.4 g/t;
  • 15 metres at 2.5 g/t gold from 33 metres in BWAC313; and
  • 21 metres at 2.5 g/t from 36 metres in BWAC258.

Hemi Prospect – Section B

The aircore program remains ongoing with a total of 57 new holes (BWAC309 to BWAC365) completed for a total of 4709 metres to date. Results have been reported only for the first seven holes.

De Grey technical director Andy Beckwith said: “For an exploration geologist, these results are both satisfying and exciting.

“Hemis shallow high-grade gold zones provide an excellent opportunity to increase resources and further derisk our path to production.

“The individual assays down hole are very robust creating solid high-grade gold zones over considerable thicknesses which we expect to continue at greater depth.

Mallina Gold Project showing main gold deposits

“On Section A, drilling has defined a sub-vertical to south-dipping 30-metre wide gold zone hosted in sediments.

“Section B shows a potential +60-metre wide gold zone in an intrusive with drilling yet to be completed below the oxide zone.

“We currently interpret that the two mineralised zones are structurally related, suggesting we could be drilling a major new gold discovery.

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