Great Western Mining, the AIM-listed mineral exploration company with 73 sq km of mineral claims in south-west Nevada, has completed nine reverse circulation drill holes at target M2 to a combined total length of 2,582 ft.
The company reported that the drill samples have been sent to Florin Analytical Services, in Nevada, for analysis and said that the assay results would be published in due course.
Great Western Mining's share price was unchanged at 3.38p at 12:37 on Monday.
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