Galileo Mining hits sulphide zone at Jimberlana

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Galileo Mining Ltd (ASX:GAL, OTC:GLMGF) MD Brad Underwood tells Proactive the company has confirmed the presence of multi-element mineralisation in a new sulphide zone near the Jimberlana prospect, part of the Norseman Project in Western Australia.

GAL used a round of reverse circulation (RC) drilling to test the new sulphide zone, which returned an 11-metre interval of 0.21 g/t 3E (platinum, palladium and gold combined), 0.18% copper, 0.13% nickel and 0.03% cobalt from 61 metres down hole, with a higher-grade component of 1-metre at 0.68 g/t 3E, 0.51% copper, 0.44% nickel and 0.07% cobalt from 68 metres.

The first assays from our most recent exploration drilling program have painted a very positive picture of the Jimberlana prospect, Underwood said.

We have identified a significant sulphide zone on the margin of an ultramafic rock unit which is open down dip and along strike in all directions.

This is an excellent geological location for the potential discovery of economic mineralisation and follow-up drill holes are now being planned.

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