- Greatland Gold said higher grade results have been received from 1m re-sampling of recent RC drilling at the Warrentinna gold project in Tasmania.

Initial results from 4m composite samples were reported on 31 January.

Results include 1m at 4.7g/t Au from 22m within a broader intersection of 5m at 2.4g/t Au from 21m (WTR038), and 1m at 4.1g/t Au from 3m within a broader intersection of 4m at 2.1g/t Au from 1m (WTR040).

Greatland said: "These results confirm continuity of the mineralisation over the core of the prospect and highlight the potential to extend the current zone of mineralisation."

Greatland said further surface sampling and mapping would be undertaken at the Derby North prospect to track the mineralised zone further north, followed by planning of additional drill holes.

Chief executive Gervaise Heddle said: "These final results from our recent RC drilling campaign at Warrentinna underscore our view that there is considerable scope to extend the current zone of gold mineralisation, particularly to the north and east as illustrated by the Warrentinna drilling maps that have been recently published on our website ("

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