Final assays have been received from 3,178 metres of shallow power auger drilling and 490 metres of trenching completed on the Bankan Creek and North-East Bankan Prospects.
The company has identified two, large prospective gold mineralised zones, in readiness for a 2,500-metre aircore (AC) and reverse circulation (RC) drilling program commencing shortly.
Predictive managing director Paul Roberts said: “We are very pleased with the ongoing excellent gold exploration results from Kaninko.
“We are now able to start drilling two highly promising targets at Bankan Creek and North-East Bankan and we look forward with great anticipation to the drill results.
“Kaninko was granted to Predictive less than 9 months ago.
“Since then, we have moved it forward from a greenfields tenement with no known history of past exploration to a property on which significant gold mineralisation has now been recognised – very rapid progress, especially after the normal wet season hiatus from July to October 2019.”
North-east Bankan prospect
New assays received from bottom-of-hole power auger samples at the north-east Bankan prospect returned some higher grade gold values than the shallower composite results reported previously, including 11.90 g/t gold (previous result was 7.83 g/t) and 10.30 g/t (previous result was 0.43 g/t).
The high-grade power auger assays were obtained close to the northern and southern limits of the previously reported 12.8-hectare anomaly which the company believes indicate the potential to find more of the same mineralisation along strike to the north and south.
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Bankan creek prospect
At the Bankan Creek prospect, 490 metres of trenching has revealed broad widths of gold mineralisation at shallow depths.
Best results are:
- 18 metres at 1.60 g/t (open to the north),
- 37 metres at 0.94 g/t, and
- 1 metres at 15.45 g/t.
Power auger drilling across the Bankan Creek prospect obtained a best intercept of 2.49 g/t gold from a bottom of hole sample.
Predictive has interpreted the trench and power auger results along with surface sampling and geological mapping which has identified a 350-metre-long, 100 metre wide zone for follow up drilling.
Around 1,200 metres of angled AC/RC drilling, testing beneath the better power auger values, is scheduled to commence shortly at North-East Bankan, with about 900 metres of angled AC/RC drilling to follow at Bankan Creek.
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