Drilling Commences at Lake Percy Lithium Project
Drilling Commences at Lake Percy Lithium Project
Sydney, Mar 15, 2017 AEST (ABN Newswire) - White Cliff Minerals Limited (ASX:WCN) ("White Cliff" or the "Company"), advises that drilling has commenced at the Lake Percy Lithium Project.

White Cliff has a joint venture with Liontown Resources Limited (ASX:LTR) ("Liontown"), that allows Liontown to earn up to 70% of its Lake Percy Lithium Project, located approximately 430km east of Perth, Western Australia.

Liontown announced on 13th March 2017 that a maiden RC program comprising 7-10 holes for up to 2,500m drilling has commenced at the Lake Percy Lithium Project.

The program will test beneath lithium-in-soil anomalies which are coincident with large pegmatites with true thicknesses locally exceeding 100m.

The drilling program is expected to take approximately two weeks with assays due in mid-late April 2017.


About White Cliff Minerals Ltd

White Cliff Minerals Ltd ASX WCNWhite Cliff Minerals Ltd is a Gold, Copper, Cobalt, Nickel resources and mining company listed in Australia (ASX:WCN). The Company is focused on developing low cost high value mineral deposits that have near term cash flow potential.

Major projects include the Aucu gold deposit that contains 484,000 ounces of gold (3mt at 5.1 g/t) starting at surface and Chanach copper deposit that contains 64,000 tonnes of copper (17.2Mt at 0.37% copper). Both projects have substantial blue sky potential with drilling covering only 5% of the known structures. In Australia the company is developing the Coronation Dam cobalt–nickel deposit where a maiden resource will be announced in the late 2018.

    


Contact

Todd Hibberd
Managing Director
T: +61-8-9321-2233
W: www.wcminerals.com.au
E: info@wcminerals.com.au



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