This mineralisation is just eight kilometres from the T3 project, which already boasts a sizeable resource.
Among the better intercepts were 31.2 metres at 1.1% copper and 11 grams per tonne silver, and five metres at 2.2% copper and 22 grams silver.
Assays results for two further holes are pending, with potentially significant visible chalcocite and bornite vein-hosted mineralisation already logged.
Nine holes to date at A4 Dome have intersected copper mineralisation, along only one kilometre of a five kilometre long interpreted structural target zone.
“We are very pleased to announce further wide copper intersections on the A4 Dome, where drilling is building out copper mineralisation in a way reminiscent of the T3 Deposit,” said Michael McNeilly, chief executive of Metal Tiger.
“We are looking forward to determining whether the visibly strong vein-hosted mineralisation seen in one of the latest holes, MO-A4-008D, correlates with the high-grade assay intersections in hole MO-A4-003D, which are separated by a strike distance of 400m.”