Dalradian Resources has reported good infill drilling results from a programme designed to convert Inferred resources to Indicated at its 100%-owned Curraghinalt gold project, in Northern Ireland.
Highlights include 2.53 m at a grade of 10.82 g/t gold from the Mullan vein; 2.01 m at a grade of 33.52 g/t gold from the Slap Shot vein; 1.88 m at a grade of 28.60 g/t gold from the Crow-S vein; 2.76 m at a grade of 27.81 g/t gold from the No.1 vein and 2.31 m at a grade of 20.96 g/t gold from the V75 vein.
These latest results are from 43 drill holes drilled at varying intervals towards the south, targeting most of the veins included in the last resource estimate, as well as three of the newly-interpreted veins; Slap Shot, Sperrin and Causeway, in the central and western parts of the Curraghinalt deposit. These drill holes represent 12,440 m of the approximately 50,000 m expanded infill drilling programme.
The company plans to complete a resource update in 2016 and publish a feasibility study thereafter.
Dalradian reports good values and continuity in expanded infill drilling at Curraghinalt: DALR