Rumble Resources (ASX: RTR)
Announced the latest round of high grade Zn-Pb RC drilling results from the Tonka Prospect, plus the delineation of multiple new gravity low targets which potentially may represent new high-grade feeder faults within the 11km Tonka-Navajoh mineralised footprint, and over 9km of drill untested strike southeast of Tonka-Navajoh deposit.
Multiple New High-Grade Feeder Targets Defined Within and Along Strike of the Tonka-Navajoh Deposit Geochemistry and Airborne Gravity – Multiple New Feeder Targets
Rumble Resources Limited (ASX: RTR) (“Rumble” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce the latest round of highgrade Zn-Pb RC drilling results from the Tonka Prospect, plus the delineation of multiple new gravity low targets which potentially may represent new high-grade feeder faults within the 11km Tonka-Navajoh mineralised footprint and over 9km of drill untested strike southeast of Tonka-Navajoh deposit (Navajoh Southeast Trend).
The new high priority targets were interpreted following recently completed soil geochemical and airborne gravity gradiometer surveys at the Earaheedy Project, located 110km north of Wiluna, Western Australia.
• Surface geochemistry and airborne gravity surveys have defined multiple highgrade feeder zone targets at Tonka-Navajoh Prospects and the newly defined
Navajoh Southeast Trend.
• Interpretation of the recent airborne gravity survey has highlighted a strong
association between gravity lows and higher-grade Zn-Pb feeder faults at the
Tonka and Navajoh Prospects Navajoh Southeast Trend E69/3787 (100% RTR) – 9kms of untested strike.
• Surface geochemistry along the Navajoh Southeast Trend returned strong
continuity of Zn-Pb in soil anomalism over 9km of untested strike
• Airborne gravity highlighted numerous gravity low targets that potentially
represent multiple new high grade feeder faults along the 9km of strike
• These exciting new feeder targets are planned to be drill tested in early 2023
Tonka-Navajoh Prospect – over 11kms of Zn-Pb mineralisation defined
• Recent drilling has now extended the strike of the Tonka-Navajoh
mineralisation to over 11km; a 37% increase in length.
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