Estrella have intersected additional, significant sulphide mineralisation at Carr Boyd

Southern Geoscience Consultants are pleased to report that Estrella Resources Ltd (ASX:ESR) have intersected additional, significant sulphide mineralisation at the southern extension of T5, Carr Boyd.

Three new holes (CBDD072, CBDD072A & CBDD074) were guided by DHTEM model results and drilled further south along strike / down plunge of earlier NiCuS mineralisation. CBDD072 intersected 11.25m of blebby and globular sulphides from 587.9m, CBDD072A intersected 17.45m of disseminated to semi-massive sulphides from 499.85m and CBDD074 intersected multiple, wide zones of disseminated/stringer to semi-massive sulphide between 382.4m and 570.3m DH.

Estrella is currently completing CBDD074A, a wedge hole designed to test for potential upper mineralisation closer to the contact and then will step-out the drilling, targeting T5 extensions 100m further south, particularly the deeper DHEM plates identified from the recent DHTEM survey of CBDD067.

SGC Consultant Geophysicist Russell Mortimer continues to manage the ongoing DHTEM survey programme.

Full announcement here

Longsection (looking west) along the T5 Prospect showing shallow historical pierce points into the basal contact which are coloured by intersection-width (m) x Ni% grade. Recent drilling and planned drilling by Estrella is labelled.