Highlights include 5 metres at 6.62 g/t gold from 79 metres including 1-metre at 15.05 g/t gold.
These results follow assays released in mid-October featuring 27 metres featuring 1.43 g/t from 132 metres.
Bryah’s managing director Neil Marston said: “These latest results include some significant upgrades on the earlier composite assays at the Windalah Prospect.
“We have intersected intervals exceeding 6 grams per tonne in 2 holes collared 100 metres apart, so the focus now will be to extend this high-grade mineralised horizon, which is open down dip and along strike.
“These gold grades give us great confidence to undertake further drilling in this area. With our growing geological understanding of the area, the Windalah Prospect has, in our opinion, excellent potential."
Follow-up drilling at Windalah a priority
Follow-up drilling at the Windalah Prospect will be the main priority for the company in its next phase of copper-gold exploration
Activities underway or under consideration include:
• Geological, geochemical and geophysical interpretation and 3D modelling;
• Heritage surveys and Programme of Works approvals; and
• Downhole electromagnetic (DHEM) survey of cased holes at Windalah and Jupiter.
A copper-gold-manganese focused explorer
Bryah Resources is a copper-gold-manganese focused explorer with two projects in central Western Australia, being the 720-square-kilometre Bryah Basin Project and the 202-square-kilometre Gabanintha Project.
In addition, the company holds a one-year option to acquire the historic Horseshoe South Manganese Mine and the Manganese mineral rights over a further 154 square kilometres of ground in the Bryah Basin.