On 23 October 2019, Rafaella Resources Limited (ASX: RFR) notified about highly encouraging assay results from the current drilling programme at its recently acquired flagship Project in Galicia, Spain, received from the first drill hole completed by the Company.
With the initial drill hole approximately 60 m along strike from the pre-existing drill hole intersections, the results confirmed continuity of tungsten mineralization.
Rafaella aims to expand the resource base, and the tungsten mineralisation intersected, east of the JORC (2012) Inferred MRE, is supporting its ambition.
The RFR stock settled the day’s trade at $0.120, up by 9.09% on 23 October 2019.
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