Meguet Trend Prospect
The Meguet Trend Prospect, located in the southwest corner of the Boulsa Gold Project, covers a group of targets defined by geochemical and artisanal mining. West African has defined 15 targets over a cumulative total exceeding 14 strike kilometres.
Results from shallow RC drilling have confirmed the high prospectivity of the Meguet Prospect with high-grade results returned within significant broad zones of near-surface gold mineralisation. RC drilling produced significant results over 1km in strike length, with more than 3km of anomaly still remaining to be drill-tested.
RAB drilling was undertaken at Meguet during the 2011-12 field season, extending mineralisation by 250m to the southwest. It remains open along strike in both directions.
Results included significant intercepts such as:
- 12m at 1.47 g/t Au from 20m in MRAB0407
- 8m at 2.10 g/t Au from 28m in MRAB0445
- 16m at 0.80 g/t Au from surface in MRAB0513.
Figure 1: Meguet Prospect exploration summary plan