Kali Metals disclosed results from its maiden reverse circulation drill program at the Spargoville Project.

Lithium intersections were observed, including 9m @ 1.11% Li2O and 10m @ 0.85% Li2O. The Phase 1 program aimed to explore multiple outcropping pegmatites and enhance geological understanding.

The findings confirmed the presence of spodumene in several shallow dipping pegmatite dykes, revealing rich lithium-caesium-tantalum hits at the Flynn-Giles prospect.

The company looks forward to its upcoming Phase 2 drill program, expected to commence in the third quarter, which will target the Walton, Parker-Grubb, and newly identified Flynn-Giles East prospects.