Source - SMW
Greatland Gold says drilling at its Bromus project in Western Australia has detected anomalous levels of silver, zinc, cadmium and sulphur (including 3m at 1.3g/t Ag and 0.5% Zn in BRD004) that are indicative of a polymetallic VMS-type system.

 In addition, several broad, low level, nickel intercepts were encountered in BRD002 including 48m at 0.14%, 22m at 0.14% and 27m at 0.14%.

  A VMS-type system represents a relatively new discovery for the region and Greatland believes that the results merit further investigation.

     Greatland will be conducting downhole EM over the next few weeks to determine the location, size and orientation of buried conductive bodies.

Executive director Callum Baxter said: : "Initial results from the limited drilling campaign recently conducted at Bromus are indicative of a polymetallic VMS-style system. 

"Most notably, the association of silver, zinc, cadmium and sulphur that was detected in both BRD002 and BRD004 is relatively unusual in the region, and Greatland intends to do further work over the next few weeks, including downhole EM, in order to better ascertain the nature and size of the mineralisation."

At 9:19am: (LON:GGP) Greatland Gold PLC share price was -0.04p at 0.18p