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July 06, 2015 12:21 PM ET

Metals and Mining

Company Overview of Kumarina Resources Limited

Company Overview

Kumarina Resources Limited engages in the identification, acquisition, and exploration of base metal and gold properties in Australia. It focuses on the exploration of copper, gold, and manganese deposits. The company owns interests in the Ilgarari project located to the south of Newman in Western Australia; and has an agreement to acquire interests in the Murrin Murrin project located to the east of the township of Leonora in the Mt Margaret goldfields district of Western Australia. Kumarina Resources Limited was incorporated in 2010 and is based in Mount Pleasant, Australia. As of June 7, 2013, Kumarina Resources Limited operates as a subsidiary of Zeta Resources Limited.

8/7 The Esplanade

Mount Pleasant, WA 6153

Australia

Founded in 2010

2 Employees

Phone:

61 8 9316 9100

Fax:

61 8 9315 5475

Key Executives for Kumarina Resources Limited

Managing Director and Director
Age: 54
Company Secretary
Age: 53
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Kumarina Resources Limited Key Developments

Kumarina Resources Pty Ltd Completes a Maiden Resource Estimate for the Malcolm Challenger Gold Project

Zeta Resources Limited reported that its wholly owned subsidiary, Kumarina Resources Pty Ltd. (Kumarina) has completed a maiden resource estimate for the Malcolm Challenger gold project. The uncut resource which is compliant to JORC 2012 standards is classified under the Indicated Category and contains 547,000 tonnes averaging 3.12 grams per tonne for 54,875 ounces based on a 1 g/t cut- off grade. The resource estimate follows a series of reverse circulation drilling campaigns completed to test mineralisation below and between two historical open pits mines located at the company's Murrin Murrin project. Mineralisation is continuous for approximately 1,000 metres and has been defined to a depth of 100 metres. The mineralisation is located in a series of lodes that plunge to the south and remain open at depth. The most recent drilling program has highlighted the potential to extend the resource at depth with 3 metres @ 33.3 g/t intersected at 100 m in hole 13MMRC006 and 3 metres @ 3.6g/t intersected at 91 metres in 13MMRC0005.

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