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Kin Mining intersects grades up to 24.7 g/t Gold at Leonora

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The latest drilling result at Merton's Reward confirms the target's ore shoot extends further east than previously modelled.

PERTH (Bullion Street): Kin Mining NL (ASX: KIN) has recorded grades up to 24.7 g/t gold in new drilling at its Leonora project in Western Australia.

A new hole adjacent to an historic intersection of 9 metres at 3.65 g/t gold from 61 metres returned another 5 metres at 7.99 g/t gold from 59 metres, including a higher grade interval of 1 metre at 24.7 g/t gold.

This area, known as the Merton's Reward target, is part of the project's Mertondale prospect, where an historic underground mine averaged grades of more than 20 g/t gold.

The latest drilling result at Merton's Reward confirms the target's ore shoot extends further east than previously modelled.

This ore extension requires further drilling along strike to establish the length and geometry of the ore shoot, which is anticipated to be incorporated into a revised resource model.

Four new deep reverse circulation holes have now been completed in the area and have indicated that the historically mined shear zone is persistent further north than previously modelled.

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