Okapi has now completed the first two diamond drillholes at its 100%-owned Enmore Gold Project.
Initial focus is to follow-up on last year’s drill program which intersected some of the highest grades on the project so far.
Both drillholes have consistently intersected prospective, highly altered siltstone and granite with quartz-carbonate veining and multiple zones of elevated sulphide mineralisation throughout.
Initial assay results are expected to be announced by the end of September 2022.
Okapi Resources (ASX: OKR, OTC: OKPRF) (Okapi or the Company) is pleased to announce that the diamond drilling program is progressing well at its Enmore Gold Project in New South Wales. The Company has now completed two diamond drillhole at the Sunnyside Prospect. The Company is very excited that both drill holes (OKDD001 and OKDD002) have consistently intersected highly prospective lithologies including, highly altered siltstone and granite with multiple phases of quartz and minor carbonate veining. Further, numerous faults and shear zones have been intersected all of which contain elevated levels of sulphide mineralisation. Given the encouraging lithologies intersected, both the first two holes were drilled significantly deeper than originally planned at 260m and 208m respectively. Drilling will continue at the Sunnyside Prospect where gold mineralisation is open at depth and present over 400m of strike. The drill program will also be testing the Sherwood Prospect on the Bora Fault, one of the more interesting of the regional targets at the Enmore Gold Project.