The programs are a continuation of extensive exploration and target generation work undertaken by the company since 2017.
The aim of the aircore drilling program is to:
- Test the large geochemical soil anomaly with volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) potential at Windalah East prospect; and
- Test for extensions to gold mineralisation intersected in previous drilling programs at the Jupiter and Mars Prospects.
Prior results at Jupiter include 9 metres at 10.3 g/t gold and prior results at Mars include 12 metres at 2.0 g/t gold.
Bryah has a large tenement holding in the Bryah Basin with a variety of emerging prospects.
At Windalah East, the company aims to define a bedrock anomaly that can be used to design future drilling campaigns targeting VMS gold-copper mineralisation similar to the nearby copper mines of Degrussa and Horseshoe Lights.
At Jupiter, the company plans to drill test the area with up to 5 lines of drill holes to depths of around 100 metres.
Drilling at Mars will test for extensions of gold mineralisation with a focus on a historical hole which intersected 12 metres at 2.0 g/t gold from 14 metres.
Other drill programs also planned
In addition to this upcoming drill program, an April 2020 RC drill program will test several manganese target areas and the program will be managed and fully funded by partner OM (Manganese) Limited.
Finally, in May 2020, RC drilling is planned to follow-up results from the upcoming aircore program.