Thomson Resources Ltd. (ASX:TMZ) announced that it has received assay results from recent drilling at the F1 anomaly, located in New South Wales, noting that while no ore-grade material was intersected, anomalous tungsten, molybdenum and gold were returned.
As quoted in the press release:
The three holes, which were collared 100m apart on the eastern flank of the anomaly (Figure 2), have defined a clear zonation pattern.
The easternmost hole, F1DD01, passed through an anomalous molybdenum zone with multiple spot highs including a best result of 1m at 0.2% Mo at a depth of 247m down hole (see Table). This sample also contained anomalous zinc (0.1%), lead (0.1%), arsenic (1%) and gold (0.1 g/t). The best gold number was recorded 10m further down hole – 0.24 g/t Au over a metre.
F1DD02 identified anomalous tungsten, again with multiple spot highs. The best result was 0.3% W over 1m at a depth of 220m downhole. No anomalous results were returned from F1DD03. The overall pattern between the three holes suggests a clear zonation in the F1 anomaly, pointing to potential for high gold zones to the east, possibly on the fringes of the anomaly, outside the centre of the intrusion.