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Wednesday, 04/10/2024 8:38:16 PM

Wednesday, April 10, 2024 8:38:16 PM

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$SYAXF 10/04/2024 7:12 pm
Drilling at Tabba Tabba Finds High Potential Pegmatites
https://clients3.weblink.com.au/pdf/SYA/02794463.pdf

DRILLING AT TABBA TABBA FINDS HIGH POTENTIAL PEGMATITES
? Maiden drilling identifies high potential lithium, caesium, tantalum (LCT) type pegmatites at
Sayona’s 100% owned Tabba Tabba Lithium Project, Western Australia
? Ground gravity surveying has commenced, including over the southern extensions to the
Tabba Tabba tantalum mine and at the Roadside Prospect to focus future deep drilling
? Deep drilling targets along the 7.5km strike length Tabba Tabba lithium corridor to be the
focus for 2024 exploration, in potential boost for Sayona’s global lithium base
North American lithium producer Sayona Mining Limited (“Sayona”) (ASX:SYA; OTCQB:SYAXF)
announces that maiden exploration drilling at its wholly owned Tabba Tabba Lithium Project, E45/2364
identified high potential pegmatite systems containing caesium and tantalum.
Based on these results,
Sayona plans to conduct deeper drilling along a 7.5km prospective corridor located immediately south
of the historic Tabba Tabba tantalum mine, where recent exploration by Wildcat Resources has identified
encouraging lithium mineralisation.
The 77-hole air core drilling program for 1,473m focused on two key areas, with results in the northern
drill area identifying a zone of alteration, interpreted as the targeted southern extension to the Tabba
Tabba mine stratigraphy. The southern drill area, sited around the Roadside and Turley prospects,
intersected narrow pegmatite within broader zones of elevated tantalum and caesium geochemistry,
typical of a LCT (lithium-caesium-tantalum) type pegmatite system.
An orientation ground gravity geophysical survey has commenced to identify the prospective gabbro –
sediment contact for targeting, as this is an important control for lithium mineralisation within the area.
The gravity survey covers a 7km x 2km area and comprises approximately 2,500 stations arranged on
160m x 40m traverses, infilled to 80x20m over the northern and southern drill areas. The survey is
anticipated to take three weeks to complete.
Reverse Circulation (RC) drilling is planned after the completion of the gravity survey to test existing and
new gravity defined targets within fresh rock at depth. Some earthworks have been completed in support
of the planned drilling program.
The air core drill results support the ramp up of West Australian exploration activities at Tabba Tabba
and Sayona’s other 100% owned lithium and gold projects in the region.


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