St George Mining (SGQ) has announced an intersection of 17m of nickel-copper sulphides from 37m in hole MAD71 at its Stricklands prospect, within the Mt Alexander Project. Within this intercept is 10m of cumulative massive sulphide material, with an average XRF grade of 5.5% nickel & 2.1% copper. We note there has been a very high correlation of handheld XRF to final assay grades. This is the thickest intercept of massive sulphides at Stricklands to date and highlights the potential of the prospect. Combined with the Cathedrals and Investigators prospects, the Mount Alexander Project is shaping up as one of the most interesting high-grade nickel-copper discoveries in recent years.
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