Commenting on the commencement of drilling at Rover, CEO Simon Phillips said:
“We are delighted to be commencing drilling at our Rover Gold Project, with the program set to test several of the largest and highest magnitude gold-in-soil anomalies defined to date at Rover. We will also be testing along strike from encouraging results at Harmonic and Creasy which will give us a better understanding of the potential scale of this mineralised system.
Rover is in a highly sought-after exploration address and gives TSC a large strategic footprint in the Central Yilgarn prospective for Archean gold deposits. Previous work has already defined significant gold system from surface at the Harmonic and Creasy 1 Prospects, so we are eager to get this next phase of exploration underway.
Work is also continuing within our NSW portfolio and with activity continuing to increase throughout the coming months we look forward to providing further updates on exploration progress in due course.”