Modelling of the DHEM data has defined several subtle target plates proximal to sulphide mineralisation intersected
in the first few holes, namely BKR003, BKR004, and BKR006.
Drill hole 19CCDD001 intersected
a portion of the Cliff Creek West (CCW) zone which was not historically sampled or modelled in the early to mid-1980's.
These higher grades intersected
demonstrate for the first time some economies of scale at Brilliant North and have substantially improved its value.
A traverse of RC holes drilled on the northern boundary of KGL Resources tenement in September 2013 intersected
copper mineralisation and a broad zone of low-grade zinc mineralisation in calcsilicate altered rocks (KJC006 and KJCD004).
Drill holes NAD11-237, 238 and 242 were drilled on section 3200N, 100 metres to the south of hole NAD11-234 which intersected
2.03% nickel and 0.42% copper over 31.5 metres.
One historic hole (CM08-04) was drilled 100 metres west of Alto hole MIN11-04 and it intersected
36.7 metres averaging 0.25 g/t gold further confirming the widespread gold system.
Drill hole CAR-009 is located approximately 185 meters (600 feet) southeast of hole CAR-007, which intersected
18.3 meters at 11.7 gpt Au (60 feet at 0.340 opt Au), and 405 meters (1,320 feet) northwest of hole CAR-002, the first Evolving Gold drill hole to intersect gold mineralization at Carlin.
Drill Hole LE19-19, a 250m eastern step-out drill hole designed to locate key structures beneath the Hurricane zone trend, successfully intersected
several faults to be targeted by follow-up drilling
2m @ 3.13 g/t Pt from 32m)) and intersected
a similar broad zone of low grade primary platinum mineralisation to that intersected
in FKD_439 described above and averaged 0.3 g/t Pt over 17m from 28m.
A step-out hole, VG-86, sited 200 metres northwest of the nearest Naty South Vein drill hole, intersected
a broad zone of silver mineralization containing 11.3 metres (estimated true width) of 239 g/t silver, centred on a high-grade intercept of 0.9 metres of 1,884 g/t silver.