St George Mining (SGQ) has made a new shallow massive Ni/Cu sulphide discovery at its Mt Alexander Project in Western Australia. The first drill hole into the Radar prospect has intercepted 7.5m of massive, blebby and matrix sulphides from 44m. Handheld XRF has returned readings of up to 6.0% Ni and 1.9% Cu for one of the massive intervals. We note that handheld XRF has correlated closely to final assays to date. The significance of this discovery cannot be understated. The Cathedrals Belt now has occurrences of shallow Ni/Cu mineralisation every 1.0-1.5km along its east-west strike. The discovery at Radar bodes well for future discoveries at the Bullets, Fish Hook and West End prospects.
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