Published: August 27, 2018
JUNIOR EXPLORER Bryah Resources has confirmed its first deep drill hole (Number BBC007) to test targets identified by a recent airborne electromagnetic survey has come up trumps intersecting a sulphide rich zone at 224m depth, this week in the Bryah Basin in WA. The target zone was 225-275m depth and the drill intersected the sulphide rich intersection at 224m. The hole was ended at 246m.
Bryah Resources managing director Neil Marston said: “This week we have hit sulphides during our first deep RC drilling program. This is significant because – thanks to airborne and ground electromagnetic survey work done earlier this year – this is exactly where our team said the sulphides could be. With the success of this first hole, we feel a lot more confident about drilling further targets that are also based on the same survey work. The lab results of BBC007 will be soon available to confirm the potential of this intersection.”
ABOUT BRYAH RESOURCES
Bryah Resources’ 720 sqkm Bryah Basin Project is about 100-150km north of Meekatharra. The Bryah Basin is home to two significant copper-gold discoveries – the historic Horseshoe Lights mine (closed in 1994) and Sandfire’s DeGrussa mine (discovered in 2009). Bryah floated on the Australian Securities Exchange in 2017 as a copper-gold IPO, but recently high-grade manganese has also been found on its mining tenements.
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