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The Horseshoe South Manganese Mine is on a granted mining lease, allowing quick re-permitting for mining.


The Pick

The fortunate availability of a rig in the area has led Bryah Resources Limited (ASX: BYH) to successfully hit shallow, high-grade gold at its Windalah Gold-Copper Prospect within the Bryah Basin, north of Meekatharra in central Western Australia.

Managing Director, Neil Marston, said the short gold exploration drilling programme was opportunistically undertaken as a result of rig availability and was aimed to test for shallow extensions of the zones of high-grade gold mineralisation intersected by Bryah’s drilling in 2018.



Impressive assays from the short gold exploration drilling program by Bryah Resources Limited (ASX: BYH) at the Windalah prospect within its Bryah Basin manganese project in WA have confirmed Bryah Basin gold potential.

The company announced that a three-hole RC drilling program has been completed at Windalah Gold-Copper Prospect.

BYH reported best result of 12 metres @ 4.32 g/t Au from surface, including 2 metres @ 17.19 g/t Au from 3 metres from hole BBRC049.



Follow-up drilling will be required to test the extent of gold at Windalah and planning is underway to get back drilling as soon as practicable.



The drilling program at Horseshoe South was focused on testing for extensions of manganese mineralisation intersected in drilling programs completed in 2019, as well as from previous exploration.

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has received further high-grade manganese results from drilling at Horseshoe South deposit within the Bryah Basin JV in WA.

The JV has released the second set of results from recent reverse circulation (RC) drilling in the Main and Extended Pits at the historical Horseshoe South mine.


Mining News

There's not lot of manganese exploration going on in Australia - an OM Holdings and Bryah Resources joint venture and a Mineral Resources-Resource Development Group tie-up being notable exceptions.


Business News

Shares in Bryah Resources were trading as much as 50 per cent higher today after the Perth-based explorer reported recent drill results at its manganese project in Western Australia.

Bryah today announced the first set of results for its recent reverse circulation (RC) drill program at the Bryah Basin project, located approximately 150 kilometres north of Meekatharra.

The drilling results included grades of above 30 per cent manganese, which the company said would support a direct shipping operation.


The Market Herald

  • Metals explorer Bryah Resources (BYH) has discovered zones of potentially shipping-grade manganese at the Bryah Basin in central WA
  • A recent program of reverse circulation (RC) drilling across four prospects was aimed at new discoveries, and extending known mineralised zones
  • The promising new results come from the Black Hill and Brumby Creek prospects, with extensions to high-grade, shallow manganese mineralisation
  • Bryah has a significant amount of permitting and environmental work to do, though the company is hoping to fast-track applications for Brumby Creek and Black Hill
  • The company will lodge mining lease applications once the supporting documentation is completed
  • Joint venture partner OMM is likely to spend $2 million for further exploration as part of the farm-in agreement to gain a 51 per cent stake of the Bryah Basin project
  • Bryah Resources is up 42.9 per cent today, with shares trading for six cents each, while OMM shares are up 4.1 per cent to 38 cents each

Small Cap Insider

Bryah Resources Ltd (“Bryah”) has announced the first set of results of its recent reverse circulation (RC) drilling program at its Bryah Basin project (90% owned), which is located approximately 150 km north of the town of Meekatharra in central Western Australia.



Meanwhile in resources, manganese play Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) rose off the back of solid drilling results.