I've plugged the numbers in and this is what it has done to my officially bad (tm) contained metal calculations.
We have a 14% increase in tonnes and an equivalent increase in contained copper
Here we have a 10% increase in tonnes and 8% increase in contained gold, so a minor (1%) decrease in grade.
This is some very unfashionable results, normally companies like to drill huge amounts of low grade and amaze everyone with the total contained ounces of gold and tonnes of copper.
So where did these results come from?
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It suggests that there could be better mineralization to the NE, maybe an additional hole could be drilled from same platform to the NE?
Hole 24 was disappointing, it was drilled 500m to the SE, and hit a narrow (~50m true width) interval grading 0.65 g/t Au and 0.63% Cu, surrounded by very low (<0.2% CuEq) grade mineralization. It looks like hole 24 just clipped the very edge of Alpala mineralization.
You can get the LF viewer file from here (link).