Consolidated Zinc: Massive Sulphides Intersected at Tres Amigos North


Consolidated Zinc Limited (ASX:CZL) is pleased to provide an update of the latest extensional and infill resource definition drilling campaign that recommenced on 27 November, 2017 at Plomosas mine in Mexico.
The first two holes completed, LV5039 and LV5040, intersected thick massive sulphide intervals associated with the Juarez Limestone  over 5.60m and 4.35m respectively. Assays are pending but visual analysis shows mineralisation comprises banded textured massive sulphides with very fine to fine-grained pyrite overprinted by coarse-grained yellow to reddish sphalerite and minor galena associated with carbonates.
Both mineralised zones are outside of and will potentially extend the current JORC mineral resource envelope. The mineralised unit in LV5039 occurs 25 metres above the Tres Amigos North resource envelope, while the mineralised unit in LV5040, occurs 75 metres below Level 7.

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