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The Market Herald

Bryah Resources is planning to begin a 5000 metre aircore (AC) drilling program at its Bryah Basin Project in Western Australia.

The aim of the AC drilling program is to test the large geochemical anomaly located at Windalah East, and test for extensions to gold mineralisation intersected in previous drilling programs at the Jupiter and Mars Prospects.



Bryah Resources will kick off a 5,000m aircore drilling program next week to test a geotechnical anomaly with volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) potential at the Windalah East prospect in Bryah Basin, WA.

It will also follow-up on high-grade hits at the Jupiter and Mars prospects, including 9m at 10.32g/t gold (Jupiter) and 12m at 2g/t (Mars).



Bryah Resources Ltd plans to commence a 5,000-metre aircore drilling program next week at its Bryah Basin Project in Western Australia.

The programs are a continuation of extensive exploration and target generation work undertaken by the company since 2017.



In this episode Barry chats with Neil Marston, managing director of Bryah Resources.

Bryah is a Perth-based mineral exploration company with a focus on exploration for high-grade copper-gold and manganese resources. The company is actively exploring the Bryah Basin and Gabanintha projects located in central Western Australia.


The ASIA Miner

A manganese joint venture between a Singapore-based miner and an Australian explorer has increased the chances of a new manganese discovery.

The unexpected agreement between a subsidiary of Singapore’s OM Holdings (OMH) and Australian Bryah Resources – a junior explorer probing the central Western Australian outback – has opened the door to the potential of new source of manganese supply.



Bryah Resources Ltd non-executive chairman Ian Stuart has purchased 70,220 shares in the company through on-market trades.

The $3,034 purchase increased his total holdings in the company to 978,553 shares.



Bryah Resources chief executive officer and managing director Neil Marston updates Proactive on the completion of a maiden gold mineral resource estimate at Tumblegum South Gold-Copper Prospect within the Gabanintha Project.

The estimate delivers an inferred mineral resource of 600,000 tonnes at 2.2 g/t for 42,500 ounces, which the CEO said was an "excellent outcome" for the company.


GeoDrilling International

Bryah Resources Ltd has completed the maiden mineral resource estimation at the Tumblegum South gold-copper prospect, located within its Gabanintha project, approximately 40km south of the town of Meekatharra in central Western Australia.

The Inferred mineral resource is 600,000t @ 2.2g/t Au for 42,500oz gold using a cut-off grade of 0.3g/t Au.


S&P Global Market Intelligence

Bryah Resources Ltd. is looking to sell its Tumblegum South gold-copper prospect in Western Australia to nearby mill owners, potentially including Westgold Resources Ltd. or Monument Mining Ltd., among others, now that it has a maiden mineral resource estimate.

Bryah said Jan. 29 that it had identified multiple mineralized zones at Tumblegum South, including five lodes used in estimating an inferred mineral resource of 600,000 tonnes at 2.2 g/t gold for 42,500 ounces of gold, based on 49 reverse circulation drill holes for 5,640 meters.



Bryah Resources Ltd has delivered a maiden resource of 42,500 ounces grading 2.2 g/t gold at its Tumblegum South Gold-Copper Prospect within its Gabanintha Project, WA.

The company is now proceeding with a mining lease application and has commenced a formal process to monetise the prospect given its near-term development potential.