LRS Noombenberry tests highlight some of highest grade halloysite and kaolin assays in Australia

The company is aiming to fast-track a maiden JORC-compliant resource estimate once all results are received and the estimate is expected to be released in May.

Base Geology Leapfrog Model with basement granite in pink, target saprolite-kaolinite-halloysite clay layer in brown/tan and transported cover sequence in orange.

Latin Resources Ltd (ASX:LRS) (FRA:XL5) ongoing test results from the Noombenberry Project in Western Australia are showing some of the highest grade halloysite and kaolin assays in Australia, including a 41% halloysite assay.

Results continue to show consistent high-grade halloysite and ultra-bright white ISO-B values over significant widths close to surface.

Hole NBAC119 returned 26 metres at 24% halloysite, including 8 metres at 35% halloysite and an individual 4-metre composite sample returning 41% halloysite.

“High-quality kaolinite blanket open in all directions”

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