The Company’s project is situated in close proximity to the Adina Project, hosting the Adina and Jamar Prospects, owned by Winsome Resources Limited (Winsome Resources).
Recently, Winsome Resources reported successful drilling results, with AD-22-005 yielding 107m at 1.34% Li2O from 2.3m at their Adina Project. Notably, the Jamar Prospect remains open at depth and along strike, suggestions are that it may extend east and west by an additional 1km. The Adina South & Adina West Lithium Project is one of the largest prospective land holdings proximal to Winsome Resources. Aerial satellite images have revealed similar pegmatite occurrences at the surface.
Figure 1: Adina West and Adina South Lithium Projects proximal to Winsome’s (WR1) Adina Project
The property geology consists of Mesoarchean and Neoarchean intrusions. A total of 4 outcrops on the Adina property have been identified as dominantly being pegmatite hosted by granite outcrops containing biotite and prismatic muscovite textures/muscovite textures. These pegmatites tend to be white to pink in colour, medium- to coarse- to pegmatitic grain size with minor biotite and magnetite.