Cardinal Resources has unveiled results of drill hole NMRC467‐774 within the recently acquired area north of the Namdini Mining Licence, located within Cardinal’s Namdini Project in Ghana.
Cardinal Resources managing director Archie Koimtsidis said: "This infill drill hole of 63m @ 3.10 g/t confirms the mineralisation between the two recently announced drill holes of 99m @1.21 g/t and 83m @1.41 g/t. Drill hole spacing is approximately 100m apart. Today’s results supports our confidence in the mineralisation for over ~800m and seems to be open in all directions.
"Cardinal has commenced testing the width of mineralisation for these three drill holes by stepping out to the west by 100m.
"Drilling continues 24 hours per day."
MONITORING OF DRILLING PROGRAMS
Cardinal’s technical and management team evaluates all of the available data on a daily basis with the main focus being the expansion of the gold potential for the expanded licence areas.
Cardinal is the owner and operator of its own drill rig and has established an express assaying service with its drilling results, enabling the Company to continuously improve its drill plan strategy as new information becomes available.
The Company will continue drilling selective holes, submitting the samples and be on standby as results are received. Once the results have been assessed, Cardinal can plan further drill holes to maximise expansion of the gold inventory within the Namdini Project.