Winsome Resources

Adina Main Strike Length Extended by 300m to Over 1,300m

Lithium exploration and development company Winsome Resources (ASX:WR1; “Winsome” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce that drilling has extended lithium mineralisation by over 300m at the 100% owned Adina project in the James Bay region of Quebec, Canada.


HIGHLIGHTS

  • Lithium mineralisation has been extended by 300m east at Adina between the Main and Far East Zones
  • Strike length of mineralisation at Adina Main Zone defined by systematic drilling now increased to over 1,300m
  • Recent results from the Main zone are detailed below and include:
    • 1.24% Li2O over 13.6m from 20m below surface (Main, AD-23-014),
    • 1.52% Li2O over 12.1m from 90m below surface (Main, AD-23-076),
    • 1.63% Li2O over 9.0m from 10m below surface (Main, AD-23-076),
    • 1.23% Li2O over 8.3m from 5m below surface (Main, AD-23-016)
  • Up dip drill testing of Footwall Zone to the north also confirms mineralisation closer to surface.
    • 1.42% Li2O over 18.0m from 280m below surface (FWZ, AD-23-074),
    • 1.04% Li2O over 18.3m from 135m below surface (FWZ, AD-23-012),
    • 1.23% Li2O over 11.4m from 195m below surface and 1.14% Li2O over 11.3m from 215m below surface (FWZ, AD-23-032).
  • Drilling will continue until the 20th December, with 4 drill rigs focussed on the increased volume of resource drilling required to define the expanding body of lithium mineralisation at Adina
  • 5th drill rig about to commence exploration drilling on new targets at Adina
  • New service providers engaged to improve assay turnaround times
  • Resource, Environmental and Project Development Studies to support the development of Adina are ongoing


Recent results have resulted in an increase in the strike length of mineralisation defined by systematic drilling to 1340m as well as confirming the continuity of mineralisation between Adina Main and Adina East.

High grade mineralisation also continues to be intersected north of Adina Main, with further results from the near surface up-dip extensions of the Main and Footwall Zones as detailed in Table 1 below.

Drilling is increasing in pace following the remobilisation of rigs after the wildfire emergency, with 4 drill rigs focussed on the increased volume of resource drilling required to define the expanding body of lithium mineralisation at Adina. A further 5th rig is about to commence exploration drilling on new targets at Adina.

Resource, Environmental and Project Development Studies to support the development of Adina continue on site. These include an aquatic DNA testing programme in the region and the installation of a weather station to gather baseline environmental data ultimately needed for project approvals.

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