CKGM strikes sulphides at Cat Camp

CENTRAL Kalgoorlie Gold Mines has struck sulphides in the first hole drilled into the T2 conductor anomaly at its wholly owned Cat Camp property, located 40km north-west of LionOre Australia (Nickel) Ltd's Emily Ann and Maggie Hays nickel sulphide deposits.

An intersection of 15m of sulphides in pyroxenites was logged from 84-99m downhole, and pyrrhotite, pentlandite and pyrite were identified from field observation of hammer RC chips.

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