More visible copper sulphides from Recharge's Brandy Hill South

DIAMOND core drilling by Recharge Metals near Silver Lake Resources’ gold-copper Deflector operation in Western Australia has intersected visual copper mineralisation over a strike of about 300m.
More visible copper sulphides from Recharge's Brandy Hill South More visible copper sulphides from Recharge's Brandy Hill South More visible copper sulphides from Recharge's Brandy Hill South More visible copper sulphides from Recharge's Brandy Hill South More visible copper sulphides from Recharge's Brandy Hill South

Brandy Hill South is 24km south of Silver Lake's Deflector operation, WA

The third and latest hole drilled "intersected similar lithologies and styles of sulphide mineralisation between 80.9m to 357.5m down hole" as two previous holes at Recharge's Brandy Hill South prospect.

All three holes are yet to be assayed, with the core currently being transported to Perth.

Analysts at capital markets firm Argonaut said results from previous nearby holes returned intermittent 4-10m widths of mineralisation grading 0.35% copper or less.

And the expectation is for "comparable results" from Recharge's drilling.

Recharge listed in October last year following a A$5 million IPO.

Brandy Hill South is the company's lead focus.

Shares in Recharge were up 18.5% to 32c in morning trade, capitalising the company at $14.5 million.