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  • Inaugural Phase 1 diamond drilling at McCombe (Root Project) has intersected thick and continuous high grade spodumene pegmatites from surface

  • Assays have been received for the first 9 holes from the Phase 1 diamond drilling including:

- RL-22-001 for 12.4m @ 1.77% Li2O from 11.8m - RL-22-002 for 15.3m @ 1.20% Li2O from 42.2m (incl. 10.8 @ 1.65% Li2O)

- RL-22-003 for 11.5m @ 2.03% Li2O from 72.0m

- RL-22-006 for 9.5m @ 1.54% Li2O from 21.7m

- RL-22-007 for 9.8m @ 1.51% Li2O from 64.9m (incl. 8.0m @ 1.81% Li2O)

- RL-22-008 for 8.8m @ 1.80% Li2O from 71.5m (incl. 8.0m @ 1.94% Li2O)

  • 19 holes have been drilled to date, all intersecting spodumene bearing pegmatites

  • Two diamond drill rigs are now operating 24/7 and due to drill success, the initial program will be expanded along strike and down dip

  • All-weather 20-person camp now fully operational with plans to expand

  • Mapping at Root has identified new untested spodumene pegmatites along strike

  • Stage 1 Archaeology Assessment, desktop and physical inspection in progress at Root

“Because Root hasn’t been properly explored since 1950, substantial opportunity exists to undertake systematic and modern exploration of this tenure. These initial assay results and intercept thicknesses from McCombe are outstanding, and together with mapping of new untested pegmatites, clearly justify the ramping up of our drilling and broader activities at Root over the coming months.” Luke Cox

GT1 Chief Executive Officer

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