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Greatland Gold Begins Drilling At Bromus Project To Test Two Targets

Mon, 20th Mar 2017 09:48


LONDON (Alliance News) - Greatland Gold PLC on Monday said it has begun drilling at the Bromus project in western Australia, with drilling expected to be completed within the next two weeks.

The exploration and development company said the drilling programme at the site consists of two drill holes which will test "two highly conductive targets".

The targets were both identified by Greatland's recent electromagnetic surveys and are considered high priority targets for "massive" sulphide mineralisation.

"We expect drilling to be completed within the next two weeks and assay results should be available by the end of April," said Chief Executive Officer Gervaise Heddle.

Shares in Greatland Gold were up 4.9% at 0.278 pence on Monday.

By Hannah Boland; hannahboland@alliancenews.com; @Hannaheboland

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