Quarterly Activities ReportKSN - April 28, 2017
Kingston significantly advanced a number of its projects during the March quarter:
Airborne geophysics completed at Bynoe; new target areas identified
Bynoe drilling approvals granted
Initial first-pass drilling completed at Mt Cattlin
Initial drilling completed at the Livingstone Gold Project
Arunta fieldwork highlighted new geochemical target areas
Kingston Resources (ASX:KSN) (Kingston or the Company) is pleased to provide an update on an active quarter for the Company. A joint geophysics program was flown over the Bynoe region with results providing further targets for follow up as well as refining targets for the initial drill program due to commence shortly. Initial geochemical work at the Spotted Wonder Project in the Arunta was successful in identifying new areas of soil anomalism as well as high grade rock chips. A first pass drill program was complete at the Deep Purple prospect at Mt Cattlin. At the Livingston Gold Project, an initial 2190m reverse circulation (RC) drill program delivered high grade results around the Homestead prospect.
Approvals were granted for the drilling of the Bynoe Project, this program is expected to commence shortly. In addition, Kingston expects to conduct follow up fieldwork at its newly identified Arunta targets and an auger program is planned at the significant Livingstone’s Find gold-in-soil anomaly.
Kingston MD Andrew Corbett commented “The March quarter saw major milestones achieved for Kingston with initial drill programs completed on two projects, the Bynoe project now drill-ready, and new targets identified at its Arunta project. This highlights the rapid progress the Kingston team has been able to achieve on across its project portfolio. We look forward to continuing this momentum in the current quarter with Bynoe drilling set to begin shortly and further work at both Livingstone and Arunta planned.”