Bullseye Gold Anomaly identified at Ironstone Gold prospect in WA

12 September 2016

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  • Peak anomaly 240 ppb gold or 0.34 g/t gold at surface
  • Large 220 metres by 170 metre zone

White Cliff Minerals Limited (“White Cliff” or the “Company”) is pleased to report that a bullseye gold in soil anomaly has been identified at the Ironstone gold prospect, part of the Merolia gold project, near Laverton Western Australia.

The soil anomaly occurs at surface and extends over 220 by 170 metre area. The anomaly is untested to the northwest. The maximum gold value is 340 ppb (0.34 g/t) which occurs within a halo of +100ppb gold values.

The anomaly occurs 190 metres east of recent and historical drilling that intersected 4 metres at 5 g/t and 0.3 metres at 25 g/t gold (Figure 1). The Company will conduct a further soil sampling program in the September quarter to define the extents of the anomaly.

Managing Director Todd Hibberd commented that “This is one of the best bullseye gold anomalies I have seen in my career and we will conduct further sampling shortly with a view to drilling in the fourth quarter.

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