Drilling Begins at the Rover 1 Gold Project
Castile Resources has begun the 2020 drilling program on the 100% owned Rover 1 Gold Project. The program will include high impact gold exploration targets adjacent to the Rover 1 Gold Project which is currently the focus of a Pre-Feasibility Study being conducted by the Company. The Rover 1 Gold Project is a high grade Iron Oxide Copper Gold (IOCG) deposit typical of the mineralisation of the nearby Tennant Creek Goldfields. The area is famous for being amongst the richest high grade goldfields in Australian mining history. The Rover 1 Gold Project is the most advanced project in Castiles’ 100% owned Rover Mineral Field which also contains two other significant discoveries and numerous other prospects. It is anticipated the drilling program will continue through until December 2020. The Ganymede Prospect is one of the high impact gold exploration targets being drilled in the program.
The video shows the underground view of some of the work being done for the Rover 1 Pre-Feasibility Study. It displays the current mining plan, previously announced high grade drilling results and the areas targeted for exploration drilling to expand the size of the project