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The latest reverse circulation and aircore drill programs were designed to target new gold mineralised fault structures.

Bryah Resources has ticked reverse circulation and aircore drilling program off its list within Western Australia’s Gabanintha Project.

The drilling program comprised 1,871m over 20 holes, 10 of which drill tested the New Hope gold prospect identified in March.


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Gold target drilling completed at Gabanintha

RC and aircore drill programs test multiple new gold mineralised fault structures


  • Gold mineralisation targeted through RC drilling program (1,871m) completed at New Hope Prospect
  • Drilling targeted the interpreted structural feature which returned 10 metres @ 27.5 g/t Au in drillhole 19RRC006 from 53m, including 1m (55-56m)@ 182.0 g/t Au, and 1m @ 6.4 g/t Au from 65m (announced March 2021)1
  • RC drilling also targeted a recent aircore result 1.7km south of New Hope in hole 21GAC013 - 9 metres
    • 1.43 g/t Au from 24m, including 4 metres @ 2.48 g/t Au and 0.064% Cu from 29m (announced October 2021)2

Business News

Bryah Resources has appointed Ashley Jones as chief executive and Brian Davis as non-executive director, with Neil Marston resigning as managing director.


The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has appointed Ashley Jones as chief executive officer (CEO) and Brian Davis as non-executive director
  • Mr Jones has over 20 years of experience in exploration, mine geology and management in Australia and Africa
  • Brian Davis has worked in exploration and mining for both small and large resource companies with a focus on commodities in Australia and overseas
  • The company says both Jones and Davis have a wide range of skills which will enable the company to develop its energy minerals strategy and strengthen its performance
  • Bryah Resources shares are up 6 per cent to trade at 5.3 cents at 12:23 pm AEDT

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Neville Bassett has replaced Neil Marston as company secretary of Bryah Resources, with Mr Marston continuing as the company's managing director.


Global Mining Review

Bryah Resources Ltd has advised of its successful application in Round 24 of the Western Australian Government’s Exploration Incentive Scheme (EIS).

As a result, the company will receive grant funding of up to AUS$130 000 from the Department of Mines, Industry, Regulation, and Safety (DMIRS) as a contribution towards direct drilling costs at the Olympus Anomaly – located within the company’s Bryah Basin Project, which is located in central Western Australia.


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Bryah branches out as it snaps up new ground


Global Mining Review

Bryah Resources Ltd has announced its acquisition of a new exploration project: the Lake Johnston Lithium-Nickel Project.

The project is located approximately 400 km east of Perth and 200 km southwest of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia. It consists of eight exploration licence applications covering a total of 690 km2.

The exploration ground extends to within 10 km east of the world class Mount Holland Lithium mine and concentrator being developed under the Wesfarmers Limited/SQM Australia Pty Ltd joint venture. The Mount Holland Lithium project includes the Earl Grey Lithium deposit with a reported Mineral Resource of 189 million t grading 1.5% Li2O, making it a globally significant high-grade hard rock lithium deposit.



Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) told shareholders it had picked up new tenure at Lake Johnston in WA  prospective for lithium and nickel.


BRYAH Resources has decided to take a plunge in a new direction as a more focused battery metals explorer, securing almost at Lake Johnson, west of Norseman in Western Australia.

"We're a battery metals company, as many people are now," managing director Neil Marston said.