Castle Minerals, headquartered in Perth, announced a new drilling program designed to expand its Kpali Gold Project in Ghana.

The 28-hole, 3,500m phased reverse circulation drill program aims to elongate the existing mineralised zones.

Initial drill holes will target downdip and strike extensions based on previous Castle intercepts which include high-grade results, such as 22m at 2.85 grams per tonne gold from 87m depth and 17m at 3.40 g/t gold from 89m depth.

Castle intends to further explore the potential of Kpali with additional drilling to test new targets derived from reprocessed geophysics.