Mineralisation at Cowza was first discovered by Eagle Mining in 1997 in joint venture with Normandy. The mineralisation at Cowza was identified in deep vertical aircore drilling spaced 100m along sections. Later follow up drilling would be drilled at 60 degrees to more effectively test the sub-vertical lodes (see Figure 1). The best intercept at Cowza is 12m @ 9.7 g/t from 28m. Eight holes were completed in 2014 identifying thick primary mineralisation including 16m @ 1.4 g/t Au from 84m. The known mineralisation at Cowza approaches the tenement boundary in the north but is open along strike to the south and at depth. Further drilling is warranted to define the limits of the mineralised system. Cowza and Ward are separated by approximately 7km with the area between the two known as the Mizina prospect (see Figure 2).
Figure 1: Cross section 7,108,990mN of the Cowza Prospect, section location shown on Figure 2
Figure 2: Aeromagnetic image of the Prospect area