- Landore Resources reported Wednesday drilling in gap between the BAM East Gold Deposit and the original BAM Deposit had intersected widespread gold mineralisation with multiple instances of visible gold.

The drilling had intersected widespread gold mineralisation within a similar lithological package to the two deposits with multiple instances of visible gold, the company said.

Results to date were 'highly promising,' the company added, following wide near-surface intersections of up to 41.27 metres at 1.10g/t in drill hole 0417-628, and high grade gold including 24.90 grams per tonne gold in drill-hole 0418-631.

The spring and summer drill programme of 12,000 metres was progressing on schedule with 20 NQ diamond drill holes, for 3,164 metres, completed to date, the company confirmed.

'The current infill drill programme shows that the gold mineralisation continues between the two deposits, almost doubling the overall length of the combined deposits to approximately 2,000 metres with excellent potential to add considerable ounces to the resource,' said Chief Executive Officer of Landore Resources, Bill Humphries.

At 9:37am: [LON:LND] Landore Resources Ltd share price was +0.15p at 1.6p

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