Drilling Identifies Gold Mineralisation at Red Flag

17 August 2015


  • Drilling Identifies Gold Mineralisation at Red Flag near Laverton, WA.RAB Drilling underway at Red Flag Prospect
  • Mineralisation occurs over 200 metres distance and is open in both directions
  • Numerous +1.0 g/t composite 4 metre sample intersections returned
  • Results warrant follow up drilling

White Cliff Minerals Limited (“White Cliff” or “the Company”) is pleased to advise assay results from the first pass Rotary Air Blast (RAB) drilling at the Red Flag Gold Prospect, 35km Southwest of Laverton.

Drilling intersected multiple zones of gold mineralisation at the Red Flag prospect. Mineralisation is open along strike and at depth and requires further drilling. Results include:

Hole_ID From To Interval (m) Gold (g/t)
RFRB077 20 24 4 1.33
within 20 28 8 1.08
RFRB079 20 24 4 1.01
Within; 20 34 14 0.65
RFRB081 32 43 11 0.48
RFRB082 40 48 8 0.43
RFRB009 28 32 4 0.98
RFRB025 20 24 4 1.02

Managing Director, Todd Hibberd commented that, “We are very pleased with the initial drilling results which demonstrate that the project in contains gold mineralisation. The company is planning further drilling along strike and at depth with reverse circulation drilling methods which provide high quality samples that can be used in resource calculations. The identification of these mineralised zones substantially improves the likelihood of an economic outcome of the Laverton Gold project given that the Red Flag prospect is only 25 kilometres from existing mining operations (Wallaby and Granny Smith gold mines) and associated infrastructure.”

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