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New large-scale lithium anomalies at Forrestania

lithium Forrestania

Flynn Gold has unveiled four new large-scale lithium anomalies as part of an auger soil sampling program at its Forrestania project in WA.

The company set out to delineate new lithium-caesium-tantalum (LCT) anomalies at Forrestania and to infill and extend lithium soil anomalies previously outlined at the Parker Dome project.

The project has proven to be a success, with each of the Forrestania anomalies associated with elevated pathfinder anomalism. The anomalies are up to 4200m in length and 500m in width.

“The company is excited by our latest soil sampling program which has identified four, new lithium anomalies at our Forrestania project, located just a few kilometres south-east of the recently commissioned world-class Mt Holland lithium mine and concentrator,” Flynn Gold managing director and chief executive officer Neil Marston said.

“These results continue to improve the potential of Flynn’s portfolio of lithium-gold projects in WA. With our focus on the company’s gold and critical mineral assets in Tasmania, we will actively assess corporate and potential joint venture opportunities for these lithium assets.”

The auger soil geochemistry program was completed on exploration licence E77/2915, which is located 15km from the Mount Holland lithium project held by Covalent Lithium, a 50:50 joint venture partnership between Wesfarmers and SQM, and 60km from the Rio lithium deposit held by Zenith Minerals.

Soil sampling at the Parker Dome project confirmed the six large-scale lithium anomalies previously defined.

This program has provided a better definition of the strike and extent of these anomalies, with results extending several of the anomalies and identifying three new targets along one new exploration auger line. This is located to the south-east of anomaly six, which requires additional follow-up auger soil sampling.

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