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Duketon Mining receives strong gold assays from drill program

Assays from several other projects to be reported in the coming weeks.

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Duketon is planning follow-up work on these prospects

Duketon Mining (ASX:DKM) has received strong gold assays from drilling at the Lancefield North and Golden Star prospects in Western Australia.

The reverse circulation and diamond holes were drilled as part of a 13,000-metre drill program that was recently completed.

The Lancefield Prospect is located 5 kilometres north of the 1-million ounce Lancefield Mine and covers 3.5 kilometres of prospective sequence.

At Lancefield North, assay results include 23 metres at 1.6 g/t gold, including 9 metres at 2.5 g/t gold.

The thick >1 gram intersections close to surface presents an interesting opportunity.

Duketon’s Golden Star prospect is hosted within a quartz rich dolerite along trend from Regis Resources’ (ASX:RRL) Baneygo Resource.

At Golden Star, results include 10 metres at 1.5 g/t gold including 4 metres at 2 g/t gold.

Duketon is planning follow-up work on these prospects once final assays have been fully assessed.

Assays from several other projects including Budgerigar and Davies Bore is expected to be reported within the next few weeks.

The Davies Bore project was the focus of Duketon’s activities in 2016.

The drilling at Davies Bore will follow up on key intersections that included 9 metres at 5.7 g/t gold, 10 metres at 7.7 g/t gold and 35 metres at 2.3 g/t gold.

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