Westhaven Gold Corp. (TSX.V: WHN)
Announced drill results from its ongoing, fully-financed drill campaign at its 100% owned 17,623-hectare Shovelnose gold property.
Highlights included 85.45 Metres Of 1.09 g/t Gold And 2.43 g/t Silver.
|Westhaven Gold||TSX.v : WHN|
|Market cap||C$55 m @ 44 cents|
|Location||British Columbia, Canada|
Westhaven Drills 85.45 Metres Of 1.09 g/t Gold And 2.43 g/t Silver, Including 3.14 Metres Of 10.80 g/t Gold And 24.80 g/t Silver At Shovelnose
Vancouver, B.C. – October 18th, 2021 – Westhaven Gold Corp. (TSX.V: WHN)is pleased to announce drill results from its ongoing, fully-financed drill campaign at its 100% owned 17,623-hectare Shovelnose gold property.
Shovelnose is located within the prospective Spences Bridge Gold Belt (SBGB), which borders the Coquihalla Highway 30 kilometres south of Merritt, British Columbia.
Westhaven is reporting assays for 10 holes from its ongoing drill campaign at Shovelnose. Westhaven has completed 34,991 metres of diamond drilling to date in 2021. An additional 18 holes are pending assays.
Recent Drilling Highlights:
- SNR21-35(South Zone: 42.00-127.45m)
85.45 metres (m) of 1.09 g/t gold (Au) and 2.43 g/t silver (Ag),
including 10.00m of 3.42 g/t Au and 3.97 g/t Ag,
including 2.00m of 13.55 g/t Au and 3.98 g/t Ag,
and 3.14m of 10.80 g/t Au and 24.80 g/t Ag.
- SNR21-37(South Zone: 73.00-90.00m)
17.00m of 1.21 g/t Au and 2.50 g/t Ag,
including 2.00m of 6.77 g/t Au and 7.57 g/t Ag.
- SNR21-34(South Zone: 103.08-149.00m)
45.92m of 0.58 g/t Au and 1.84 g/t Ag,
including 15.00m of 1.26 g/t Au and 2.91 g/t Ag.
Please click the following link to the 2021 drill database table of assay results:
Westhaven Gold management comments
“These drill results at the South Zone once again confirm that we are dealing with a robust gold-silver system that continues to expand with drilling.
“The South Zone resource drilling is complete and drilling is now focused on recently identified exploration targets.”
Gareth Thomas, President & CEO of Westhaven Gold
“Recent drilling continues to intersect mineralization between vein zones at the South Zone. Hole SNR21-35 intersected a shallow intercept of significant gold in a sparsely veined interval of rhyolite tuff situated between Vein Zones 1 and 2.
“The presence of such mineralization adds to the potential for a near-surface bulk-tonnage resource at South Zone. Renewed drilling along strike to the northwest at the FMN target is testing for similar near-surface vein-hosted mineralization.”
Peter Fischl, Exploration Manager, Westhaven Gold
Two drills are currently conducting exploration drilling at the FMN Zone and CSAMT (Controlled-source Audio-frequency Magnetotellurics) targets. The FMN Zone is initially being drilled along a series of sections spaced 50 m apart over a strike length of 250m as a follow-up to holes SN20-158, SN21-161 (15.97m of 9.15 g/t Au and 27.43 g/t Ag) and SN21-167. Drilling will be expanded eastward towards holes SN20-139 (5.50m of 4.58 g/t Au and 267.35 g/t Ag) and SN20-145 to test for the continuity of mineralization over strike-lengths similar to that seen at South Zone.
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