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12-May-2020

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has completed a drilling program at Windalah Gold-Copper Prospect using some of its government funding
  • The company received $38,000 from the Australian Government under its Cash Flow Boost Scheme to support small to medium-size businesses
  • The drilling program is to test for shallow extensions of the zones of high-grade gold mineralisation intersected by the 2018 drilling program
  • Samples from this drilling program will be delivered to Perth for laboratory analysis shortly, with results expected over the coming weeks
  • Bryah is down 9.09 per cent on the market this afternoon, selling shares for three cents each

 

12-May-2020

Australia's Mining Monthly [subscription]

EXPLORER Bryah Resources has put a $38,000 government support payment straight into the ground to fund a short gold exploration drilling program at the Windalah gold-copper prospect near Meekatharra in Western Australia’s Murchison.

12-May-2020

Proactive

With a drill rig already on site, the decision to extend the program to test the Windalah Gold-Copper prospect with some shallow holes was quickly taken.

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has completed a reverse circulation (RC) gold exploration drilling program at the Windalah Gold-Copper Prospect in Western Australia's prolific Bryah Basin.

The 210-metre RC program tested for shallow extensions of high-grade gold intersected in previous drilling at the Windalah prospect, which is around 150 kilometres north of Meekatharra, in 2018.

11-May-2020

Proactive

The drilling program was finalised at no cost to Bryah under the Bryah Basin Joint Venture Agreement.

The reverse circulation (RC) drilling program of 1,679 metres was focused on testing for extensions of high-grade manganese mineralisation intersected in drilling programs completed in 2019.

Follow-up drilling was completed at the Horseshoe South mine, Brumby Creek and Black Hill prospects, and first-pass drilling at the Mount Labouchere prospect.

11-May-2020

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has completed its manganese drilling program at its Bryah Basin Manganese Joint Venture Project in Western Australia
  • Drilling has now been completed at the Horseshoe South mine, and the Brumby Creek, Black Hill, and Mount Labouchere prospects
  • This drilling program focused on testing for extensions of manganese mineralisation that was identified in 2019
  • Samples will be taken to a laboratory for analysis and results are expected in the upcoming weeks
  • Bryah is up a steady 17.9 per cent and shares are currently trading for 3.3 cents each
1-May-2020

Proactive

Following receipt last week of a $250,000 project expenditure payment from OM (Manganese) Ltd, the drilling program is fully funded and will be completed at no cost to BYH.

21-Apr-2020

Proactive

Funds have been received as part of an ongoing commitment under the Bryah Basin Joint Venture Agreement and will be used to test for extensions of high-grade manganese.

8-Apr-2020

The Market Herald

  • Bryah Resources (BYH) has announced an average gold recovery rate of 90 per cent from its Tumblegum South Gold-Copper Prospect
  • Tumblegum South is part of the company's Gabanintha Project which lies 40 kilometres south of Meekatharra in Western Australia
  • Approximately 20 samples were taken to a laboratory in Perth to test for gold recovery by cyanide leaching
  • This program returned samples ranging from 0.35 to 27.46 grammes per tonne gold
  • Bryah's share price remained steady all day and shares closed at 2.6 cents

 

8-Apr-2020

Proactive

The company is in ongoing discussions to monetise the Tumblegum South Gold-Copper prospect given its near-term development potential.

16-Mar-2020

Proactive

Bryah Resources Ltd has responded to market volatility, announcing the suspension of gold-copper drilling and the reduction of administrative costs.

Last week the company commenced a drilling program at various gold-copper prospects at the Bryah Basin Project, in central Western Australia, but in light of on-going market sentiment in respect to junior resource companies, and the expected difficulty in accessing additional capital to fund early stage exploration in the short term, the board has decided to suspend the drilling program early.