The new intersect is along strike from the previously reported LP East Zone and is being referred to as the Jennings Zone. The LP East Zone mineralisation discovery was announced on January 13.
"This new zone is open in all directions and is worthy of near-term drilling to further define the zone up-dip, potentially providing near-term production sources close to existing development," Rambler said.
Rambler set up a diamond drill in early January to further define the mineralisation around a production area in the Lower Footwall Zone.
The company's president and CEO Toby Bradbury noted that first production from the Lower Footwall Zone was on schedule for February.
"Production drilling will shortly commence in the high-grade Upper Footwall Zone between 770-790L, with initial production scheduled for March 2022," he said.
"Cut-and-fill stoping has progressed in the high-grade Ming North Zone on 785L and will continue through to the end of March before backfilling will be required," he added.
Rambler has a 100% ownership of the Ming mine, which has a fully operational base and precious-metals processing facility and bulk-storage and shipping facility.