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Connemara Mining identifies new mineralised gold zone in Ireland

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Ireland-focused gold and zinc explorer Connemara Mining Company said it had identified a new mineralised zone over a 50 metre strike length at its Mine River gold project.

A test hole returned multiple gold mineralised intercepts including 4 metres grading at 1.47 gram per tonne.

‘We are moving closer to understanding the geometry of these structures,’ chief executive Patrick Cullen said.

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‘The next step is to study the drill core and the gold mineralisation under the microscope and analyse the detailed rock structures.’

‘This work will be key to unlocking the mechanisms controlling gold mineralisation at Mine River. This should enable us to better target more high-grade zones.’

Source: sharemagazine

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