COLOSSEUM GOLD MINE DISCOVERY: SIGNIFICANT SULPHIDE INTERCEPTION

Dateline Resources Strikes Extensive Sulphide-Rich Breccia

Dateline Resources Limited (ASX:DTR) has announced a promising find at the Colosseum Gold Mine in California, where diamond drilling revealed a significant spread of sulphides—pyrite, sphalerite, galena, and minor electrum—across a 133-meter stretch.

The drillhole CM23-14 follows up on earlier high-grade discoveries, particularly the 76.2-meter stretch averaging 8.62g/t Au found in CM23-08. This new core logging and sampling effort aligns with a revised geological model targeting the sedimentary breccia zone.

Managing Director Stephen Baghdadi shared his insights: “The objective of this drill hole was to test our current understanding of the revised geological model and extend the known high grade sedimentary breccia zone. The consistency of the 133-metre-wide sedimentary breccia intersection has exceeded our expectations and supports our current understanding of the geological model.”

Samples from CM23-14 have been fast-tracked for analysis, with results anticipated in 3-4 weeks. These developments point towards an updated Mineral Resource Estimate due for release in the coming quarter, incorporating the latest drilling data.

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