Breaker says gold drilling results show Lake Roe growth & potential
24 September 2020
Breaker Resources is lauding recent gold hits it believes could enhance the open-pit potential at its flagship Lake Roe project 100km east of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
Breaker this week revealed recent drilling produced headline intersections including 6m at 10.22 grams per tonne and 4m at 2.64g/t. Breaker said the drilling campaign was part of a long-term strategy
to grow an extensively de-risked 1 million ounce open pit resource at Bombora. Breaker boss Tom Sanders said the latest results demonstrated the scale and growth potential of the 9km gold system at Lake Roe.
“The drilling is all about systematic resource growth within the known 9km system defined by our RC and diamond drilling,” he said. “When you look at the aircore drilling side-by-side with the RC and diamond drilling, it is clear that the aircore drilling is working and that there are many targets where we can expect to find more gold.
“We are now looking to add more personnel to do systematic drilling outside the known 9km system because our aircore drilling indicates that we may have a 30km gold system.”
The explorer in June toasted a $23 million capital raising to push its exploration drive at Lake Roe.