Sampling took place at 20 metre intervals on 100 metre spaced lines, and a total of 356 samples weighing around 120 grams were taken.
The explorer, in a statement, said results indicate a northwest to southeast trend, with higher levels of gold indicator minerals extending to a previously unknown area to the southwest limit of the sampling area.
It also identified surface expression of the gold veins found in previous drilling campaigns.
Arkle plans a programme to identify targets to start immediately.
“These are positive results. The sampling revealed a northwest to southeast trend and highlighted previously unknown areas toward the southwest,” said John Teeling, Arkle chief executive.
“An immediate programme is commencing on the southwest to identify drill targets. This should be completed by year-end.”
Published at Fri, 25 Sep 2020 08:58:00 +0000-Arkle Resources unearths positive gold sampling results at Inishowen project