Adriatic Metals has announced that it has received the assay results from the second hole completed in its 15,000m drilling program at Rupice in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Adriatic Metals (ASX:ADT) has announced that it has received the assay results from the second hole completed in its 15,000m drilling program at Rupice in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
According to Adriatic, the intersection represents an 80m down dip extension from BR-5-17, drilled by the company in 2017. BR-3-18 was collared 30m to the north of BR-2-18. The company is currently drilling BR-5-18 which is collared a further 30m north of BR-3-18. The company’s drilling is testing the northerly extensions of the Rupice North mineralization where there is no historical drilling.
As highlighted in the press release:
- Drilling returns high grade and thick intercepts north of the current zone of mineralization, and includes
- 36m at 4.4 grams per tonne (g/t) of gold, 463 g/t silver, 0.5 percent copper, 4.3 percent lead, 5.7 percent zinc, 55 percent barium sulfate from 196m (BR-3-18), and
- 22m at 4.1 g/t gold, 258 g/t silver, 0.8 percent copper, 7.5 percent lead, 12.8 percent zinc, 56 percent barium sulfate from 244m (BR-3-18).
- Extends the high-grade northern zone at Rupice and highlights the exceptional growth potential as the mineralization remains open
- BR-3-18 is 30m north of the high-grade hole BR-2-18
- Also gives an 80m down-dip extension of thick, high-grade mineralization from BR-5-17