Massive Sulphides Confirmed in Lower EM Plate at Chianti VMS Target
Dreadnought Resources (DRE) have completed their second drillhole, CHDD002, into the second FLEM target at their Chianti VMS prospect at the Tarraji-Yampi project in W.A.’s far north. The hole intersected two zones of stringer and semi-massive to massive sulfide mineralisation in what is interpreted to be an overturned and folded VMS system.
The results of the drilling have confirmed the geophysical models produced by SGC Principal Geophysicist Grant Couston, from FLEM data acquired by SGC’s own acquisition crew during a helicopter supported field campaign earlier this year. A DHEM crew is now being mobilised to follow-up on these exciting results. SGC would like to congratulate the DRE exploration team and Managing Director Dean Tuck on the systematic and integrated approach to targeting which has led to their success at Chianti.