Bardoc Gold (BDC) has intersected up to 13.8g/t gold from Omega Lode at the Aphrodite Gold Deposit in Western AustraliaResults come from the Aphrodite Stage 1 open pit and support previously reported results which peaked at 15.07g/t gold Bardoc will incorporate these new results into the next mineral resource update and possibly into future ore reserve estimatesCompany shares are up a slight 1.38 per cent and are trading at 7.4 cents
Bardoc Gold (BDC) has intersected up to 13.8g/t gold from Omega Lode at the Aphrodite Gold Deposit in Western Australia.
Aphrodite is part of the Bardoc Gold Project which lies 40 kilometres north of Kalgoorlie.
The results come from the south of the Aphrodite Stage 1 open pit and indicate the potential to increase the 3.07-million-ounce resource inventory for the namesake project.
Best results include two metres at 13.8g/t gold from 140 metres, 14 metres at 7.63g/t gold from 106 metres and five metres at 3.99g/t gold from 67 metres.
These add onto the result of seven metres at 8.95g/t gold including four metres at 15.07g/t gold from 132 metres returned in July 2020.
Bardoc will incorporate these new results into the next mineral resource update and possibly into future ore reserve estimates.
”These new results within the Omega Lode are situated just outside the proposed stage one open pit shell at Aphrodite and offer strong potential to significantly add to the current resource and reserve inventory,” CEO Robert Ryan commented.
”Recent drilling success across the Omega, Sigma and Gamma lodes at Aphrodite show these additional mining areas have the potential to underpin strong and sustainable production well beyond the current eight-year plus mine plan,” he added.
Bardoc is up a slight 1.38 per cent and shares are trading at 7.4 cents at 11:29 am AEST.