Bryah’s sampling of previously drilled holes at the Australian Vanadium Project has underscored the potential for Gabanintha to host a large-scale gold system.
The company had assayed 1,377 samples from 23 holes with 124 samples returning gold grades exceeding 0.1 grams per tonne (g/t) gold with the latest results returning notable intersections of 21m at 0.74g/t gold from surface and 6m at 0.53g/t gold from 39m.
These follow up on notable intersections of 10m at 27.5g/t gold from 53m including 1m at 182g/t gold from 55m that it reported earlier this year at the New Hope prospect.
Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) says the latest results support the view that gold occurs in several cross-cutting fault zones within the vanadium-titanium-magnetite deposit.
As such, the major cross faults over the 11km VTM deposit now represent untested gold targets with the company planning a 1,000m RC drilling program to test shallow mineralisation.