Bardoc Gold Limited reported significant results from recent diamond drilling targeting depth extensions and infill of the multi-lode mineral system at the cornerstone 530koz Zoroastrian Deposit, part of its 100%-owned Bardoc Gold Project near Kalgoorlie in Western Australia. The recent drilling has intersected new mineralisation, including defining the Bank of England Lode at depth, while in-fill drilling has further defined the known main lodes within the current Resource and Reserves. This recent phase of drilling was targeted at areas of the Mineral Resource model that are classified as Inferred. The aim is to upgrade the Inferred material to Indicated classification to allow it to be included in future Ore Reserves after Mineral Resource Estimates and mining studies are completed. The high-grade results returned at depth confirm significant upside at the Zoroastrian Deposit, demonstrating that the multi-lode system extends well below the current Mineral Resource boundaries. The recent phase of diamond drilling was designed to target the areas of Inferred material, as shown in the Long Section. The results have confirmed the mineralisation is wide and high grade within these areas and the resource model will be updated with a portion of the material likely to be upgraded from Inferred to Indicated. An increase in Indicated material may lead to an increase in Ore Reserves after mining studies are completed. As can be seen in the Zoroastrian South Lode long section, there is strong, well-defined mineralisation some 200m down-plunge of the existing Indicated material.