Key Highlights

  • Spectacular high-grade massive sulphide intersected at the Dry Creek deposit at the Red Mountain VMS project in Alaska.

  • Drill hole DC21-97 intersected 1.4 metres of massive sulphide grading 35% zinc, 12.2% lead, 237g/t silver, 2.9g/t gold & 0.3% copper, for 55.3% Zinc Equivalent grade (ZnEq), within a 5.8 metre zone of mineralisation grading 11.5% zinc, 3.4% lead, 69g/t silver, 0.8g/t gold & 0.1% copper.

  • DC21-97 is over 200 metres down-dip from the nearest drill hole intersection, which contained 4.3m @ 4.8% zinc, 2.3% lead, 1,435g/t silver, 2.2g/t gold and 0.5% copper for 43.2% ZnEq, as previously announced. This recent drill hole now doubles the known depth of the resource in this area of the deposit.

  • Three further drill holes have been completed at Dry Creek on nominal 200 metre spaced stepouts along strike from DC21-97 with assay results awaited.

CLICK HERE to read the full news release from White Rock Minerals.

One thought on “White Rock Minerals (WRM.AX): Spectacular High-Grade 35% Zinc Intersection in step-out drill hole at the Red Mountain VMS Project, Alaska

  1. Jasper says:

    I hope this news is not going to zinc the stockprice

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