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15-Jul-2019

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources Ltd has identified outcropping manganese at the Black Beauty Prospect within its Bryah Basin Project in Western Australia. Outcropping manganese has been mapped over a 300x300 metre area and assays from 12 rock chip samples revealed grades of up to 39.9% manganese.

Black Beauty is located 300 metres east of the Horseshoe North manganese mine and 1.5 kilometres north of the historical Horseshoe South manganese mine.

5-Jul-2019

Stockhead

Junior explorer Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) has found even more manganese just 5km from its Horseshoe South manganese mine in the Bryah Basin of Western Australia. The news sent shares up 25 per cent to 8c on Friday morning. Bryah’s share price has rocketed 43 per cent in the past two days on solid manganese results.

Rock chip samples indicate that the manganese outcrops for a distance of about 500m. Fifteen of the 35 samples recorded grades between 20 and 30 per cent manganese, with the highest returning a high grade of 41.3 per cent.

5-Jul-2019

Mining Capital

Bryah Resources Ltd has identified another manganese exploration target, the Cheval Prospect, within the Bryah Basin Project in central Western Australia.

Ground mapping and rock chip sampling discovered the Cheval Prospect which is located 5 kilometres from the historical Horseshoe South Manganese Mine. Manganese outcrops at the Cheval Prospect have been mapped for about 500 metres in length, with 35 rock chip samples collected for multi-element analysis.

5-Jul-2019

Small Caps

Fresh after revealing it had intersected ‘significant’ manganese, Bryah Resources has discovered a new manganese prospect at the Bryah Basin project in central Western Australia. The new prospect known as Cheval is 5km north-west of the project’s historic Horseshoe South mine.

4-Jul-2019

MiningNews.net

In today's Mining Briefs: FYI HPA ML OK; King of the Hills growth likely for Red 5; Emmerson hits more bonanza grades; Bryah and OM make discovery; Also extends Vanguard; and Adriatic appoints advisor.

4-Jul-2019

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources Ltd managing director Neil Marston updates Proactive Investors on recent manganese results obtained from drilling at its Brumby Creek prospect in WA.

Marston notes drilling hit mineralisation at surface and just under the surface with widths of up to 15 metres and manganese grades in the mid 20% range with highs over 30%. “It’s looking like a fresh discovery for us and has confirmed what we thought was good potential for that area to yield some tonnes,” he says.

4-Jul-2019

Small Caps

Bryah Resources has unearthed “significant” manganese during shallow drilling at the Bryah Basin project, with assays returning up to 42.2% manganese.

Highlight results from Brumby Creek were 15m at 26.2% manganese from 3m, including 2m at 33.5% manganese; 10m at 22.6% manganese from 1m, including 2m at 30.3% manganese; and 8m at 24.1% manganese, including 2m at 31% manganese.

17-Jun-2019

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has commenced a follow-up drill program at its Bryah Basin Manganese Project in Western Australia. Drilling follows the 122 holes for 3,062 metres completed in May 2019 across four locations - Horseshoe South mine, Brumby Creek, Devils Hill, Black Cat.

17-Jun-2019

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Bryah Resources (ASX: BYH) and its joint venture partner OM Holdings (ASX: OMH) have kicked off the next round of manganese drilling at the Bryah Basin manganese project in central Western Australia.

In this latest round, 2,000m of follow up drilling will be completed at the Horseshoe South mine, as well as Brumby Creek, Devils Hill and Black Caviar prospects.

This round of drilling is scheduled to finish by the end of June.

30-May-2019

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Perth-based exploration company Bryah Resources (ASX: BYH) has completed the first phase of manganese exploration drilling at its Bryah Basin project in central Western Australia, under a $7.3 million joint venture agreement signed in April with OM Holdings (ASX: OMH).

The agreement applies to approximately 660 square kilometres of the Bryah’s landholding in the basin, including the historic Horseshoe South manganese mine.