Dreadnought Resources confirms high-grade rare earths at Sabre and Y8 targets

Dreadnought Resources is pleased to announce two additional discoveries have been confirmed by assays at Sabre and Y8, part of the ~30km long Yin REE Ironstone Complex at the 100% owned Mangaroon project, located in the Gascoyne Region of Western Australia.

Significant intercepts were returned from 38 reverse circulation holes drilled for a total 4246 metres at the Sabre and Y8 ironstones, which extend for 15 kilometres of strike and sit within 30km of strike along the Yin complex.

Dreadnought Geologists (L to R) Lucas Tatnell, Claudia Tomkins and Nick Chapman with discovery hole, Y3RC019, which confirmed thick REE ironstone mineralisation at Sabre.

Managing Director Dean Tuck said drilling continued to unlock the potential of the Mangaroon project.

“Confirming the Sabre and Y8 discoveries over 8km east of the initial Yin resource underscores the significant potential of the wider ironstone complex to deliver additional mineralisation, discoveries and resources,” he said.

“The success of this first-pass program lays the foundation for follow-up framework drilling and ultimately the delivery of more discoveries along other ironstone trends in addition to Yin.”

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