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  • Independent evaluation of surface geochemical data from the 100%-owned Tambourah Lithium Project in WA, located 70km south-east of the world-class Pilgangoora lithium deposit, confirms high-priority drill targets at the Eastern and Central Prospects.

  • Rock chip and stream sediment sampling data confirms that the Eastern Prospect is the spodumene-dominant zone, where high-grade rock chips were returned last year:

    • 3.07% Li2O in TKL0045

    • 2.69% Li2O in TKL0042

    • 2.36% Li2O in TKL0095

    • 2.28% Li2O in TKL0044

    • 2.11% Li2O in TKL0083

  • Recently received soil geochemistry data interpreted to define classic LCT pegmatite zonation, indicating that the Central Prospect is likely within the lithium zone, elevating this area as a high-priority drill target for the upcoming maiden drill program.

  • Stream sediment data has also identified several extensive new areas within the southern Exploration Licence where significant anomalism occurs over large areas of prospective geology. Minimal rock chip or soil sampling has been undertaken in this area, providing a focus for early-stage exploration in 2023.

  • Drilling approvals underway with a POW approved and heritage survey scheduled for late Q1/early Q2. Maiden drill program on track for Q2 2023.

“Following the exciting high-grade lithium rock chip results reported just before Christmas, we decided to engage one of the industry’s best known and most respected geochemists, Dr Nigel Brand, to review the available data for the Tambourah Project. I’m pleased to say that the results of his review are extremely encouraging and have further strengthened our belief in the potential of this project to yield a significant greenfields lithium discovery.”

Derek Marshall, Trek Metals CEO


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