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PROJECTS

CRACKERJACK GOLD PROJECT

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(100% Owned)

The Crackerjack Project (“Crackerjack”) is located approximately 85 kilometres south-west of Halls Creek in the Kimberley District of Western Australia (Figure 1).
There had previously been very limited modern exploration work undertaken at Crackerjack, with historic results indicating the presence of high-grade gold mineralisation. The Mount Dockrell area has been worked for alluvial gold and hard rock gold for decades with significant amounts of gold being won.



EXPLORATION ACTIVITES

In the previous years, the Company completed a Phase 2 mapping and sampling program, that focused upon following up on the initial program so as to better understand those initial results. This follow-up program consisted of 77 hard rock samples. The assay results have further defined the initial results at and around several prospects (Figure 2) on the tenement and included the following significant Phase 2 assay results;

The Sisters - 5.0 g/t Au;
Crackerjack NE – up to 3.8 g/t Au;
Crackerjack – up to 1.9 g/t Au; and 
‘Crackerjack Shear’ – results included 1.5 g/t Au & 0.9 g/t Au

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Figure 1: Location Map of the Crackerjack Project

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Figure 2: Location Map of the Crackerjack Project