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Auris eyes more gold potential at Feather Cap

11 January 2022 16:01
ASX: AUR

Further evaluation of high-grade gold mineralisation will begin this week at Auris’ Feather Cap project in Western Australia’s Bryah Basin.  

The four planned RC drill holes for around 720 metres will look to build on the promising results already encountered at the explorer’s 100 per cent owned project.  

Previously completed air core drilling included holes of 8 metres at 5.44 grams of gold per tonne and 10 metres at 1.22g/t. 

Additional exploration supports the potential existence of a strange gold zone stretching over six kilometres between Feather Cap and the Morck Well project.  

The company said it was a strong beginning as it continues its dynamic exploration of the site.  

“We are pleased to have secured an RC rig to allow our team to further evaluate two significant high-grade gold results from our recently completed air-core drill programme,” managing director Mike Hendriks said.  

“This work will assist with ongoing interpretation of the Feather Cap – Durack East prospect as we continue to prove up our theory of the potential for a much larger mineralised strike.” 

AUR’s Australian Stock Exchange-listed price is trading at 5.2c (8:21 am UTC+8 hours) 

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