Successful Drill Results Across Multiple Metals
Dreadnought Resources reports “successful” results from drilling at its Central Yilgarn project in Western Australia
The company has received the assays from extensive drilling undertaken in April and May across three target areas
The drill program extended gold at Metzke’s Find, confirmed a VMS base metals system at Nelson, and unearthed thick high-grade, goethite hematite iron ore at Spitfire
Dreadnought says early-stage work on the nickel and lithium potential of the project remains encouraging, with further work planned for 2023
Dreadnought Resources is pleased to announce that assay results have been received for drilling undertaken in April/May 2022 at the Central Yilgarn Project located in the Yilgarn Craton of Western Australia.
The drill program has been successful across a range of commodities including extending gold at Metzke’s Find, confirming a VMS base metals system at Nelson and discovering thick high-grade, goethite-hematite iron ore at Spitfire. Furthermore, early-stage work on the nickel and lithium potential continues to show encouragement with further work planned for 2023.
“These results are a timely reminder of the potential at Central Yilgarn which represents a significant opportunity in an underexplored region. We view Central Yilgarn as a valuable project in the portfolio with opportunity for commercialisation of a range of commodities and exploration success. Central Yilgarn will be progressed in the background while we continue to focus on rare earths at Mangaroon”, said Dreadnought’s Managing Director, Dean Tuck.