Tres Amigos Resource Drilling Update

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Consolidated Zinc Limited (ASX:CZL) is pleased to provide an update on the infill and extension drilling being undertaken of the Tres Amigos resource at their high grade Plomosas Zinc Project in Mexico.
Resource Infill Drilling
Ongoing drilling designed to extend and infill the currently defined JORC mineral resource has continued to intersect significant zinc-lead mineralisation where predicted.
Since the last drilling update five additional holes were completed (LV5025 to LV5029) and assays were received for holes LV5019 – LV5024 (Tables 1 and 2). LV5023 and LV5024 were planned as infill between two high grade intercepts in previously announced holes, LV5018 and LV5008, which were 140m apart (Figures 1 and 2).
Drill hole LV5018 was originally drilled to test the down dip extension of the currently defined JORC (2012) Tres Amigos Resource in the Juarez Limestone Unit and the southern extension of the mineralisation intersected in the Tres Amigos North area. It intersected 1.85m @ 32.88% Zn+Pb and 11.07g/t Ag, which highlighted an untested zone of 140 metres strike between LV5018 and LV5DD008 (which intersected 1.10m @ 30.65% Zn+Pb and 74.4g/t Ag).

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