Flying manganese price gets gold-focused Spitfire thinking

SPITFIRE Materials is dusting off its legacy Pilbara manganese projects to try and take advantage of current interest in the space, while boosting the exploration target for future underground mining at its mainstay Aphrodite gold project north of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.

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The 3.9-4.7 million tonne exploration target grading 4-6 grams per tonne for between 500,000 and 900,000 ounces for between 150-500m is in addition to the 13.1Mt at 3gpt for  1.26Moz already established at Aphrodite.
 
Results from recent diamond core drilling at Aphrodite are expected over the next 2-3 weeks.
 
Spitfire wants to kick-off a definitive feasibility study in the next month or two, with the project featuring a combination of free milling and refractory mineralisation.
 
The legacy manganese assets are located south of the Woodie Woodie mine and include resources of 14Mt grading 13% manganese.
 
Manganese was the original focus of S...

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