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Tyranna to start reserve definition drilling at Eureka gold project in September

A resource and reserve definition drilling campaign is set to start at Tyranna Resources Ltd.'s wholly owned Eureka gold project in Western Australia to bring the historical mineral resource to JORC-2012 standards.

The drilling will start in mid-September due to the availability of a specific drill rig required to drill within the open pit mine, according to the company's Aug. 15 release. The campaign was initially planned for March and April but was delayed due to bad weather.

The program is expected to take three to four weeks to complete and will comprise 20 holes for about 3,200 meters.

Following an updated JORC-compliant resource estimate, the company will decide whether to start a feasibility study to evaluate the prospect of mining and toll treating to nearby processing mills.