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Bryah Resources: discovers a new high-grade manganese ore belt in a joint venture project in Bryah Basin, Western Australia
May 22,2020 10:03CST
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: Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH, SMM5 22 / PRNewswire-FirstCall-Asianet /-A new high-grade manganese ore belt has been discovered in the Bryah basin joint venture project in central Western Australia, and the recent reverse circulation (RC) drilling program has intersected with shallow buried depths in the Brumby Creek exploration area, potentially directly transporting manganese with a grade of more than 30%.

Neil Marston (Neil Marston), Managing Director, said: "We are very encouraged by the latest drilling results, especially the new high-grade manganese ore belt discovered under the shallow cover of the Brumby Creek exploration area. The grade and thickness of these mineralizations indicate that the manganese-bearing Horseshoe Mountains, most of which are jointly operated by us, have the potential to accommodate large amounts of shallow high-grade manganese.

Accordingly, the Bryah basin manganese project is located about 150km north of Meekatharra and is 90 per cent owned by BYH and 10 per cent owned by OM (Manganese) Limited (OMM), a wholly owned subsidiary of OM Holdings Limited (ASX:OMH).

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