The intersection included 0.3m at 4480 grams per tonne, 2.7m at 72.4gpt gold, 6m at 30gpt gold and 0.35m at 502gpt gold.
The results are from drilling in the December quarter, comprising 129 holes for over 11,000m.
Drilling focused on seven zones for resource definition and grade control purposes.
Of the results, 10 intersections graded more than 50gpt gold, 44 graded more than 20gpt gold, 114 returned more than 10gpt gold and 236 intersections graded over 5gpt gold.
Superior president and CEO Chris Bradbrook said the results continued to demonstrate the strength of the mineralised system.
“We continue to work towards increasing the confidence leve...