KINGSTON RESOURCES INTERCEPTS SIGNIFICANT GOLD MINERALISATION FROM LIVINGSTONE DRILLING

Highlights

  • More highly encouraging assays confirm the broad potential of the discovery.
  • Shallow intersections from Kingsley prospect include:
    • 20m @ 2.94g/t Au from 4m in KLAC159
    • 8m @ 3.03g/t Au from 12m in KLAC174
  • Assays pending on 76 further holes from the Kingsley, Drake and Dampier prospects

Kingston Resources Limited has reported new assays from follow-up drilling at the 75% owned Livingstone Gold Project in Western Australia.

Initial assays of 4m composite samples have been received from the first 30 of 76 holes at the Kingsley prospect.

Highlights include:

  • 20m @ 2.94g/t Au from 4m in KLAC159
  • 16m @ 1.25g/t Au from 128m in KLAC153
  • 8m @ 3.03g/t Au from 12m in KLAC174
  • 12m @ 1.65g/t Au from 48m in KLAC160
  • 8m @ 1.58g/t Au from 36m & 8m @ 1.63g/t Au from 68m in KLAC164
  • 16m @ 1.33g/t Au from 32m, including 4m @ 2.36g/t Au in KLAC168

This drilling on the western side of the Kingsley prospect adds definition to approximately 550m of strike. These early, very positive assay results indicate a number of sub-parallel mineralised lodes striking west-northwest and dipping steeply to the south, while remaining open at depth.

The current program consisted of 106 holes for approximately 8,000m covering the Kingsley, Dampier and Drake prospects. Assays are pending for the remaining holes across the three prospects including holes covering an additional 350m of untested strike west of previous drilling at Kingsley.

Kingston Resources Limited Managing Director, Andrew Corbett said, “Kingsley is shaping up as a highly mineralised series of structures over a large strike area, and it is delivering a great deal of added value to our 75%-owned Livingstone project in Western Australia. With assays pending from 76 more holes we look forward to reporting further results on this exciting discovery shortly.”

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