Arrow Minerals extends strike length of Dassa gold discovery to 5 kilometres

Arrow Minerals extends strike length of Dassa gold discovery to 5 kilometres Arrow Minerals Ltd - Arrow Minerals extends strike of Dassa Gold discovery to 5 kilometres
Results from RC drilling are expected in September


Arrow Minerals Ltd (ASX:AMD) has extended its Dassa gold discovery in Burkina Faso to a strike length of 5 kilometres after a 235-hole auger sampling program.

The sampling targeted the southern extension of the discovery, expanding the known gold-bearing strike length from 3 to 5 kilometres.

Shares have been as much as 30% higher this morning to 1.4 cents.

“Dassa continues to grow”

Arrow managing director Howard Golden said: “The Dassa project continues to grow as we proceed with RC and auger drilling.

“These auger results constitute an important extension to our drilling target and increase our confidence that Dassa has great potential to produce a continuous mineralised zone of significant strike length.

“We look forward to reporting assay results from the ongoing RC drilling program in September.”

Dassa auger results showing completed and planned drilling

RC drilling ongoing

A 3,500-metre RC drilling program continues at Dassa, targeting down-dip extensions and along-strike continuation of the discovery that hosts significant drill intersections including 13 metres at 3.8 g/t gold, 3 metres at 13.1 g/t and 13 metres at 2.4 g/t.

Results are expected to be reported next month.

Dassa is in the Divole West permit block, one of four blocks in which Arrow holds a 100% interest in Burkina Faso

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