In a brief statement, the AIM-listed firm’s executive chairman, Mick Billing said: "All targets on this 50 hole program have been tested, with the program finishing inside both time and the estimated budget of A$100,000.”
He added: “We expect receipt of assays in several weeks and it is hoped that the results will show elevated gold levels in bedrock and warrant further deeper reverse circulation (RC) drilling."
The drilling marks the second exploratory phase of the Dundas project and Thor hopes to intersect indicator elements such as arsenic, copper or gold.
Thor Mining holds a 60% equity interest in the Dundas project and has rights to increase that equity to 100%.
The Dundas project is located near the Albany-Fraser belt, which hosts a number of gold discoveries including the Tropicana deposit.
In early afternoon trading, Thor Mining shares held steady at 0.9p.
Thor shares shot higher last Wednesday after it agreed to buy a 25% stake in a US lithium explorer for US$75,000.
Thor is purchasing the holding in US Lithium Pty Limited (USL), which owns lithium projects in Arizona and New Mexico, from Pembridge Resources using its existing cash reserves.
Llithium is a key ingredient in lithium ion batteries that power billions of smartphones, laptops and electric cars.