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Monument Announces Second Round of RC Assay Results at Murchison Gold Project

November 18, 2014
Best Intercepts of 3m @ 6.09g/t Au from surface in infill drilling, and 5m @ 3.48g/t from exploration drilling


Vancouver, B.C. Monument Mining Limited (TSX-V: MMY and FSE: D7Q1) (“Monument” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the second round of drilling results from the resource drilling programme at the Murchison Gold Project in Western Australia, through its wholly owned Australia subsidiary Monument Murchison Pty Ltd. The Murchison Gold Project is 100% owned by Monument Mining Limited and consists of the historical Burnakura and Gabanintha projects. Figure 1 (Appendix 1) shows a Location Plan for the Project.

President and CEO Robert Baldock said: “Monument is a fast growing gold producing Company and has added the Murchison Gold Project in February 2014 into its gold property pipeline. Since acquisition it has drilled 13,400 metres in confirmation, infill and step out drilling. It has also progressively carried out a suite of technical studies targeting completion in June 2015, including metallurgical test work, mining engineering, process plant modifications and environmental studies aimed at putting the Project into production once economic viability has been demonstrated.” 
 

Highlights of the Drill Results


To date, a total of 102 RC holes have been completed in the first drilling programme at Alliance and New Alliance. A total of 64 RC holes have been previously reported, with assay results for the remaining 38 holes now available. Table 1 in Appendix 2 shows a breakdown of fire assay results completed by SGS Australia for intervals of mineralisation greater than 0.5g/t Au. Figure 2 shows the distribution of drill holes containing mineralised assay results greater than 0.5g/t Au (Appendix 3). 

The majority of drilling to date has been angled from 60° - 75o inclination towards grid west, or as vertical holes. This drilling has confirmed the Alliance/New Alliance mineralisation is hosted within several north to northeast trending, moderately east dipping (~30°) narrow quartz veined zones with an average true thickness varying from 2 metres to 5 metres. * Drillhole orientation was designed to target perpendicular to mineralisation for true thickness, except where vertical holes were drilled - See Table 1. True thickness of mineralisation will be calculated once a resource model is compiled. The drillhole intercepts reported in this statement represent the actual sample intervals obtained from drilling.

According to Lisa Wells, Exploration Manager, these results further confirm favourable mineralization targets at Alliance and New Alliance from this new round of results. A total of 34 out of the 38 RC drillholes returned favourable mineralization greater than 0.5g/t Au. Of particular note, extensional drilling from this round produced an intercept of 2m @ 5.3g/t Au from 57 to 59m from hole 14MRC072, while exploration drilling produced an intersection of 5m @ 3.48g/t Au from 70 to 75m in hole 14MRC096. A proposed twinned hole shifted and re-angled, intersected 1m@ 17.7g/t Au from 42 to 43m where the historical hole produced 7.94g/t Au from the same interval. All of these results are very encouraging, especially the results from the extensional and exploration drilling. 

Results from the diamond drilling programme of 6 PQ holes drilled at Alliance and New Alliance are now available and detailed in Table 3. At Alliance the best result was confirmed in hole 14MDD004 with 2m @ 14.08g/t Au from 36 to 38m. At New Alliance, 14MDD001 intersected 7.58g/t Au from 52 to 53m and 10.6g/t Au from 63 to 64m. This core material is currently being used for metallurgical testwork however these results will contribute to the resource information. Table 2 in Appendix 3 shows a breakdown of fire assay results greater than 0.5g/t Au. Appendix 4 shows the location information for all 102 drillholes from the first RC programme at Alliance/New Alliance.

A programme of RC drilling has recently been completed at Federal City. A total of 63 RC holes for 4,058m was completed on the 31st of October and samples sent to SGS laboratories. Results for this round of drilling will be reported once results have been received.
 

Background And Progress On The Exploration Program


The drilling programme was initiated in May 2014 at the Alliance and New Alliance open pit deposits at the Burnakura Project. Figure 3 shows the geological map for the Burnakura Tenement area (Appendix 5). The drilling program has been designed to validate the historical resource, increase the grade and geological continuity of the mineralisation through infill drilling and to test for resource extensions and define further exploration targets. This work will contribute to the current suite of technical studies for the project, which has been designed to provide the basis for a commercial outcome within an eighteen month time frame from acquisition. This news release should be read in conjunction with previous news releases dating from May 26, 2014. 

Various technical studies are currently in progress at the Alliance and New Alliance prospects which include: 

Resource confirmation and study

To date the historical estimates have been under review by independent consultants Cube Consulting (“Cube”). The complete historical resource drilling digital database has now been checked and validated by Cube for consistency. The data is now being held in a secure SQL database server. Cube has also reviewed the QAQC procedures and quality control data for the first 32 RC holes and considers at this stage that the veracity of the data is appropriate for the purposes of mineral resource estimation. The QAQC analysis for the remainder of the holes is in progress.

All data from the first programme of 102 holes at Alliance and New Alliance has now been input into the database and has been prepared for the upcoming initial mineral resource estimation. Cube will shortly commence studies on the geological model of Alliance and New Alliance and once this is completed they will commence work on the mineral resource estimation. The geological model will complement the estimation model and be used for potential mine planning purposes.

Fugro Geospatial has recently completed an aerial survey over the Burnakura and Gabanintha mining leases. The data from this work, which includes aerial photography and detailed contours, has now been received and will assist with resource and mine planning studies.

Metallurgical test work 

Metallurgical testwork on PQ core samples from 6 holes at Alliance and New Alliance is currently underway. The work is testing the material for use with the existing CIL/CIP plant as well as potential for heap leach recovery. Complete results for this are pending and due in the first quarter of 2015.

A site inspection has recently been carried out by Kappes Cassiday Australia to assess the potential heap leach site and previous proposal for establishing a heap leach facility. In addition, Como Engineers conducted a field inspection to inspect the existing 1Mt facility heap leach equipment stored at site, purchased by the previous owners of Burnakura from the Indee Plant. The aim of the work is to see what would be entailed to reconstruct the equipment and increase it to the proposed 2Mt capacity, formerly postulated by the previous holders of the project. 

A plant recommissioning inspection by Orway Mineral Consultants will commence in November with both process and electrical engineers to inspect and test the plant for safety purposes and readiness for recommissioning while the plant remains under Care and Maintenance.

Environmental study

Environmental permitting by Independent Consultants, Animal Plant Mineral, has been ongoing with further Programme of Works applications recently submitted for additional drilling activities.

APM has also recently carried out a flora/fauna spring survey at Alliance, New Alliance and Federal City in anticipation of its necessity should amendments to the current approved permits for mining be required. This work has also formed part of the Programme of Work applications for further drilling programmes at Alliance, New Alliance and Federal City.

Site maintenance and development

Since the acquisition of the asset, Monument has ensured that the plant and fixed assets are being kept in good care and maintenance order with a view to future commissioning. Site operations are fully functional for the needs of exploration with supply chain logistics firmly in place. All safety policies and procedures have been implemented at the Monument site operations, as required by the Department of Mines and Petroleum.

With the recent completion of drilling at Federal City, and in light of positive assay results received from the Alliance/New Alliance first programme of drilling, a further programme up to 5000m has been planned at Alliance/New Alliance to further test the extensional and exploration targets from the previous campaign, as well as additional exploration targets generated from recent geological investigations. The work is also aimed at providing any necessary infill drilling required for confirmation of the resource.

Exploration programmes targeting further mineralisation potential are currently in the planning stages given the promising results obtained from exploration drilling in this first programme, as well as target generation at the other projects.

The scientific and technical information in this press release has been compiled and reviewed by Darryl Mapleson (BSc (Hons), FAusIMM) who is a as a Competent Person as defined by JORC guidelines and a Qualified Person for NI43-101 retained by Monument Mining Limited. He has been working in Australia for Monument as an independent consultant.

The above stated development outlook is to the effect that a preliminary economic assessment has not been completed and there is no certainty the proposed operation will be economically viable.

About Monument
Monument Mining Limited (TSX-V:MMY, FSE:D7Q1) is an established Canadian gold producer that owns and operates the Selinsing Gold Mine in Malaysia. Its experienced management team is committed to growth and is advancing several exploration and development projects including the Mengapur Polymetallic Project, in Pahang State of Malaysia, and the Murchison Gold Projects comprising Burnakura, Gabanintha and Tuckanarra in the Murchison area of Western Australia. The Company employs over 300 people in both regions and is committed to the highest standards of environmental management, social responsibility, and health and safety for its employees and neighboring communities. 
 

Robert F. Baldock, President and CEO
Monument Mining Limited
Suite 1580 - 1100 Melville Street
Vancouver, BC V6E 4A6



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Richard Cushing, MMY Vancouver
T: +1-604-638-1661 x102
rcushing@monumentmining.com

Wolfgang Seybold, Axino GmbH
T: +49 711-2535-92 40
wolfgang.seybold@axino.com 

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Forward-Looking Statement 

This news release includes statements containing forward-looking information about Monument, its business and future plans (“forward-looking statements”). Forward-looking statements are statements that involve expectations, plans, objectives or future events that are not historical facts and include the Company’s plans with respect to its mineral projects and the timing and results of proposed programs and events referred to in this news release. Generally, forward-looking information can be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as “plans”, “expects” or “does not expect”, “is expected”, “budget”, “scheduled”, “estimates”, “forecasts”, “intends”, “anticipates” or “does not anticipate”, or “believes”, or variations of such words and phrases or state that certain actions, events or results “may”, “could”, “would”, “might” or “will be taken”, “occur” or “be achieved”. The forward-looking statements in this news release are subject to various risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual results or achievements to differ materially from those expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements. These risks and certain other factors include, without limitation: risks related to general business, economic, competitive, geopolitical and social uncertainties; uncertainties regarding the results of current exploration activities; uncertainties in the progress and timing of development activities; foreign operations risks; other risks inherent in the mining industry and other risks described in the management discussion and analysis of the Company and the technical reports on the Company’s projects, all of which are available under the profile of the Company on SEDAR at www.sedar.com. Material factors and assumptions used to develop forward-looking statements in this news release include: expectations regarding the estimated cash cost per ounce of gold production and the estimated cash flows which may be generated from the operations, general economic factors and other factors that may be beyond the control of Monument; assumptions and expectations regarding the results of exploration on the Company’s projects; assumptions regarding the future price of gold of other minerals; the timing and amount of estimated future production; the expected timing and results of development and exploration activities; costs of future activities; capital and operating expenditures; success of exploration activities; mining or processing issues; exchange rates; and all of the factors and assumptions described in the management discussion and analysis of the Company and the technical reports on the Company’s projects, all of which are available under the profile of the Company on SEDAR at www.sedar.com. Although the Company has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in forward-looking statements, there may be other factors that cause results not to be as anticipated, estimated or intended. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. The Company does not undertake to update any forward-looking statements, except in accordance with applicable securities laws.

 

APPENDIX 1



Figure 1 - Murchison Gold Project

APPENDIX 2
Table 1 - RC Drilling Fire assay results for intervals of mineralisation greater than 0.5g/t Au

 

MONUMENT MINING LIMITED
Table 1:  Significant Drill Intercepts > 0.5g/t
ALLIANCE (Grid: GDA94)
Hole Name Hole
Type
Purpose Northing Easting RL Dip Azimuth EOH From To Length Au
(ppm)
14MRC065 RC Exploration 7007970 645601 472 -59 267 103 84 86 2 1.16
14MRC066 RC Infill 7007701 645657 472 -69 275 105 40 43 3 1.05
                  53 56 3 0.99
                  91 93 2 4.51
14MRC067 RC Infill 7007669 645624 473 -90 125 110 31 32 1 0.80
                  37 38 1 1.65
                  74 76 2 6.14
14MRC068 RC Infill 7007646 645681 471 -60 272 126 84 85 1 0.57
                  91 93 2 4.66
14MRC069 RC Infill 7007679 645666 471 -74 272 115 53 54 1 1.46
                  89 92 3 3.59
14MRC070 RC Infill 7007679 645645 472 -60 275 105 46 47 1 1.50
                  78 80 2 1.59
                  97 98 1 0.53
14MRC071 RC Twin 7007681 645570 476 -60 273 75 42 43 1 17.70
                  61 62 1 2.43
14MRC072 RC Extensional 7007953 645545 472 -65 267 85 57 59 2 5.30
                  77 78 1 2.34
14MRC094 RC Exploration 7007618 645643 472 -64 270 105 96 97 1 2.33
14MRC095 RC Exploration 7007558 645596 473 -64 272 87 39 40 1 0.75
                  72 73 1 1.84
14MRC096 RC Exploration 7007540 645596 473 -63 272 84 39 40 1 1.96
                  70 75 5 3.48
14MRC097 RC Exploration 7007500 645593 474 -64 271 93 54 55 1 0.96
                  68 70 2 0.60
14MRC098 RC Exploration 7007479 645591 474 -64 272 84 31 32 1 0.82
14MRC099 RC Exploration 7007411 645543 476 -75 272 75 33 34 1 3.01
14MRC100 RC Extensional 7007360 645558 476 -79 270 66 39 40 1 0.55
 
NEW ALLIANCE (Grid: GDA94)
14MRC073 RC Extensional 7008042 645829 467 -60 272 100 0 1 1 4.43
                  78 82 4 1.85
14MRC074 RC Infill 7008114 645800 467 -60 277 98 59 60 1 0.55
                  64 66 2 0.57
                  70 73 3 6.09
14MRC075 RC Infill 7008162 645818 466 -59 318 100 80 84 4 1.83
                  88 91 3 3.47
14MRC076 RC Infill 7008176 645793 466 -60 317 99 63 65 2 0.98
                  75 77 2 0.93
14MRC077 RC Extensional 7008285 645815 466 -59 316 117 67 68 1 5.53
                  71 72 1 4.70
                  76 80 4 0.95
                  107 108 1 1.48
14MRC078 RC Extensional 7008266 645807 466 -59 316 105 67 68 1 1.12
                  74 75 1 2.39
14MRC079 RC Extensional 7008253 645820 466 -59 319 117 76 81 5 0.86
14MRC080 RC Extensional 7008250 645793 466 -60 316 93 51 53 2 1.12
                  56 57 1 0.95
                  67 68 1 0.54
14MRC081 RC Extensional 7008233 645815 466 -59 316 96 70 72 2 5.04
                  75 82 7 0.62
14MRC082 RC Infill 7008217 645803 466 -59 315 98 61 65 4 0.78
                  78 79 1 0.71
14MRC083 RC Infill 7008207 645824 466 -59 320 102 32 33 1 1.80
                  78 80 2 5.68
14MRC084 RC Extensional 7008265 645806 466 -59 315 70 66 67 1 1.72
14MRC085 RC Infill 7008214 645785 467 -60 315 84 0 1 1 19.70
                  49 54 5 1.25
                  59 60 1 0.94
                  65 69 4 1.25
14MRC086 RC Infill 7008197 645804 466 -59 318 102 69 71 2 1.55
                  78 82 4 0.67
14MRC087 RC Infill 7008177 645826 466 -59 316 108 83 87 4 1.59
                  92 96 4 1.66
14MRC088 RC Extensional 7008316 645848 465 -60 316 107 81 82 1 0.73
                  87 89 2 0.54
                  98 99 1 0.67
14MRC089 RC Extensional 7008328 645879 465 -59 316 111 98 99 1 0.58
                  104 109 5 1.40
14MRC090 RC Extensional 7008328 645913 465 -60 316 113 57 58 1 0.75
                  97 99 2 2.30
14MRC091 RC Extensional 7008089 645810 467 -59 270 100 72 73 1 1.30
                  76 80 4 1.15

 

Selection Parameters
Top Cut 99999999
Bottom Cut 0.5
Maximum Internal Dilution 2
Minimum Interval Length 1
Individual Reportable Assays 1
LEGEND
         0.5-1.0g/t
  1.0-2.0g/t
  2.0-5.0g/t
  5.0-10.0g/t
  Significant Intercept
 
PURPOSE
Extensional Testing Further Extensions of Mineralisaion
Exploration Testing Previously Untested Areas not Related to Current Mineralisation
Infill Drilling Between Previously Drilled Historic Holes
Metallurgical Drilled for Metallurgical Testwork Samples and as Verification Holes
Step Out Drilling Outwards from Current Mineralised Drillhole
Twin Redrill of Pre-existing Drillhole to Confirm Results

 

APPENDIX 3

Figure 2: Drillhole Location Plan for Assays Greater than 0.5g/t




APPENDIX 4

Diamond Drilling Fire assay results for intervals of mineralisation greater than 0.5g/t Au


ALLIANCE (Grid: GDA94)

Hole Name Hole
Type
Purpose Northing Easting RL Dip Azimuth EOH From To Length Au
(ppm)
14MDD002 DDH Metallurgical 7007640 645581 474 -81 282 56.3 22 23 1 1.22
                  42.75 46 3.25 7.55
14MDD003 DDH Metallurgical 7007843 645601 473 -80 275 80 76 77 1 3.99
14MDD004 DDH Metallurgical 7007881 645494 466 -85 282 54.5 36 38 2 14.08


NEW ALLIANCE (Grid: GDA94)

Hole Name Hole
Type
Purpose Northing Easting RL Dip Azimuth EOH From To Length Au
(ppm)
14MDD001 DDH Metallurgical 7008170 645769 467 -81 281 84.3 52 53 1 7.58
                  58 59 1 2.02
                  63 64 1 10.60
                  67 69 2 1.83
14MDD005 DDH Metallurgical 7007996 645773 467 -82 278 59 39 41 2 0.72
                  46 49 3 1.10
14MDD006 DDH Metallurgical 7008059 645750 468 -85 272 68.5 38 41 3 0.65
                  44 47 3 1.74
                  47.5 51 3.5 6.10

 

APPENDIX 5

Collar Information for First Campaign of RC and Diamond Drilling at Alliance/New Alliance

 

Hole_ID Northing Easting Start Date End Date Drilled Depth (m)
14MRC001 7008127 645594 23/05/14 24/05/14 125
14MRC002 7008090 645639 24/05/14 26/05/14 106
14MRC003 7007906 645592 26/05/14 26/05/14 95
14MRC004 7007922 645576 27/05/14 27/05/14 93
14MRC005 7007860 645620 27/05/14 28/05/14 112
14MRC006 7007808 645635 29/05/14 29/05/14 112
14MRC007 7007774 645615 29/05/14 30/05/14 110
14MRC008 7007750 645631 30/05/14 31/05/14 121
14MRC009 7007728 645631 31/05/14 1/06/14 113
14MRC010 7007860 645650 1/06/14 2/06/14 123
14MRC011 7007782 645638 3/06/14 4/06/14 116
14MRC012 7007621 645565 5/06/14 5/06/14 66
14MRC013 7007620 645618 4/06/14 4/06/14 90
14MRC014 7007600 645606 5/06/14 5/06/14 89
14MRC015 7007550 645544 6/06/14 6/06/14 79
14MRC016 7007519 645558 6/06/14 6/06/14 65
14MRC017 7007488 645545 7/06/14 7/06/14 85
14MRC018 7007452 645548 7/06/14 7/06/14 76
14MRC019 7007403 645515 8/06/14 8/06/14 55
14MRC020 7007373 645537 8/06/14 8/06/14 55
14MRC021 7007365 645555 8/06/14 8/06/14 62
14MRC022 7007322 645579 9/06/14 9/06/14 62
14MRC023 7007394 645475 9/06/14 9/06/14 56
14MRC024 7007627 645679 9/06/14 11/06/14 125
14MRC025 7007670 645779 12/06/14 12/06/14 62
14MRC026 7007701 645778 12/06/14 12/06/14 78
14MRC027 7007725 645776 13/06/14 13/06/14 85
14MRC028 7007731 645745 13/06/14 13/06/14 62
14MRC029 7007780 645771 14/06/14 14/06/14 82
14MRC030 7007814 645773 16/06/14 16/06/14 84
14MRC031 7007871 645751 16/06/14 18/06/14 79
14MRC032 7007911 645746 18/06/14 18/06/14 77
14MRC033 7007813 645727 18/06/14 19/06/14 82
14MRC034 7007853 645700 20/06/14 20/06/14 75
14MRC035 7007866 645711 20/06/14 20/06/14 79
14MRC036 7007933 645716 21/06/14 21/06/14 53
14MRC037 7007851 645742 21/06/14 21/06/14 73
14MRC038 7008209 645624 21/06/14 22/06/14 101
14MRC039 7008167 645663 22/06/14 23/06/14 92
14MRC040 7008422 646089 25/06/14 25/06/14 123
14MRC041 7008487 646013 25/06/14 26/06/14 125
14MRC042 7008559 645931 26/06/14 27/06/14 116
14MRC043 7008618 645851 28/06/14 28/06/14 120
14MRC044 7007809 645591 29/06/14 30/06/14 100
14MRC045 7007778 645588 30/06/14 30/06/14 100
14MRC046 7007752 645584 2/07/14 3/07/14 100
14MRC047 7007731 645596 3/07/14 4/07/14 100
14MRC048 7007654 645588 4/07/14 4/07/14 100
14MRC049 7007630 645568 5/07/14 5/07/14 100
14MRC050 7007580 645617 5/07/14 6/07/14 100
14MRC051 7007933 645796 7/07/14 7/07/14 73
14MRC052 7008040 645801 7/07/14 7/07/14 93
14MRC053 7007814 645629 9/07/14 10/07/14 112
14MRC054 7007752 645624 10/07/14 11/07/14 121
14MRC055 7007975 645540 12/07/14 12/07/14 100
14MRC056 7007952 645601 13/07/14 13/07/14 104
14MRC057 7008276 645635 15/07/14 16/07/14 38
14MRC058 7008280 645658 14/06/14 15/07/14 43
14MRC059 7008207 645656 16/07/14 16/07/14 51
14MRC060 7008206 645676 16/07/14 16/07/14 56
14MRC061 7008149 645687 16/07/14 17/07/14 45
14MRC062 7007984 645475 17/07/14 17/07/14 85
14MRC063 7007927 645542 18/07/14 18/07/14 85
14MRC064 7007899 645568 18/07/14 19/07/14 80
14MRC065 7007971 645601 19/07/14 20/07/14 103
14MRC066 7007700 645654 20/07/14 21/07/14 105
14MRC067 7007670 645624 21/07/14 23/07/14 110
14MRC068 7007646 645683 23/07/14 24/07/14 126
14MRC069 7007680 645666 24/07/14 25/07/14 115
14MRC070 7007679 645644 25/07/14 26/07/14 105
14MRC071 7007684 645572 26/07/14 27/07/14 75
14MRC072 7007956 645546 27/07/14 27/07/14 85
14MRC073 7008042 645831 28/07/14 28/07/14 100
14MRC074 7008115 645801 29/07/14 30/07/14 98
14MRC075 7008160 645818 1/08/14 1/08/14 100
14MRC076 7008178 645795 1/08/14 2/08/14 99
14MRC077 7008287 645815 2/08/14 3/08/14 117
14MRC078 7008267 645807 3/08/14 6/08/14 105
14MRC079 7008252 645819 6/08/14 7/08/14 117
14MRC080 7008253 645794 7/08/14 7/08/14 93
14MRC081 7008235 645814 7/08/14 8/08/14 96
14MRC082 7008218 645802 8/08/14 8/08/14 98
14MRC083 7008208 645825 9/08/14 9/08/14 102
14MRC084 7008265 645807 9/08/14 9/08/14 70
14MRC085 7008216 645786 10/08/14 10/08/14 84
14MRC086 7008196 645803 10/08/14 11/08/14 102
14MRC087 7008175 645829 11/08/14 13/08/14 108
14MRC088 7008316 645849 13/08/14 13/08/14 107
14MRC089 7008327 645882 14/08/14 14/08/14 111
14MRC090 7008329 645912 14/08/14 15/08/14 113
14MRC091 7008090 645811 15/08/14 16/08/14 100
14MRC092 7008150 645611 16/08/14 16/08/14 80
14MRC093 7008112 645618 16/08/14 3/09/14 80
14MRC094 7007618 645645 3/09/14 3/09/14 105
14MRC095 7007560 645595 3/09/14 4/09/14 87
14MRC096 7007540 645596 4/09/14 4/09/14 84
14MRC097 7007501 645593 5/09/14 5/09/14 93
14MRC098 7007482 645593 5/09/14 5/09/14 84
14MRC099 7007411 645541 6/09/14 6/09/14 75
14MRC100 7007359 645559 6/09/14 7/09/14 66
14MRC101 7007312 645725 6/09/14 7/09/14 108
14MRC102 7007248 645719 7/09/14 9/09/14 108
Total         9,339

 

Hole_ID Northing Easting Start Date End Date Drilled Depth (m)
14MDD001 7008173 645770 29/05/14 3/06/14 85
14MDD002 7007639 645581 4/06/14 5/06/14 62.3
14MDD003 7007844 645602 6/06/14 8/06/14 80
14MDD004 7007885 645493 9/06/14 11/06/14 54.5
14MDD005 7008000 645773 12/06/14 13/06/14 59
14MDD006 7008060 645751 14/06/14 16/06/14 68.5
Total         409.3

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