Catalina wraps up Laverton drilling

Catalina Resources (ASX:CTN) has completed an aircore drilling program at the Laverton Project in Western Australia. 

The $4.95 million market capitalisation company says drilling tested gold and rare earths targets, encompassing 25 holes for 1,593m. 

All of the holes have been sampled and submitted to the Bureau Veritas Laboratory in Perth, Western Australia, for analysis for low level gold, nickel, and rare earths using methods AR001 and AR102 – and Aqua Regia digest with ICP-MS finish. 

Assays are expected to be returned in 8 weeks. 

The project is a 45km-square area that sits 20km southeast of Laverton within the Laverton Gold Province in the Eastern Goldfields, Western Australia. 

Catalina Resources is an Australian diversified mineral explorer and mine developer. The company is focused on discovering gold, base metals, lithium, and iron ore. 

As of 31 December 2023, the company had $3.023 million cash at hand, according to its latest quarterly report.

Write to Aaliyah Rogan at Mining.com.au   

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