Results from this batch of 16 holes features 6 metres at 38.1% manganese at Black Hill and 4 metres at 32.9% manganese at Black Caviar.
These results follow the prior batch from the Brumby Creek prospects where drilling intersected 23 metres at 25.8% manganese from surface.
The final batch of drilling results from the 83-hole program are pending for the Horsehose South prospect and are expected over the coming days.
This batch of results has prompted the company to plan additional holes at the Black Hill prospect for the next phase of drilling.
Bryah’s managing director Neil Marston said: “We are very pleased with the high-grade manganese from the first holes drilled at the Black Hill Prospect - intervals from surface have recorded direct shipping ore grades.
“These results demonstrate the growing potential for Bryah Resources to make additional manganese discoveries in the Bryah Basin as it has about 60km of the manganiferous Horseshoe Formation under its control.”
Proactive caught up with Bryah to discuss the recent results from the Brumby Prospect.