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St George Mining is encouraged by interim results at Windsor

St George Mining (ASX:SGQ) has revealed that it has received encouraging interim results from the drilling of DHEM plate WINRC016_v1 (210,469 Siemens) at the Windsor nickel sulphide prospect.

The prospect is part of the company's wholly-owned East Laverton Project in Western Australia.

Drill hole WINDD004, which was designed to test the highly conductive DHEM plate, has been completed to a depth of 151 metres.

The hole has intersected thick ultramafic between 65 metres to 151 metres (end of hole).

John Prineas, executive chairman, commented: "The results from WINDD004 are very encouraging.

"The identification of spinifex-textured komatiite in combination with elevated nickel values proximal to a powerful EM conductor, is a compelling scenario for potential massive nickel sulphide mineralisation."

Spinifex-textured komatiite flows occur with major massive nickel sulphide deposits in the Agnew‚ÄźWiluna belt.

These include Perseverance, Rocky's Reward, Harmony and Cliffs - as well as those at Kambalda and Windarra.

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