Bryah Resources Limited announced manganese drilling results at its 49% owned Bryah Basin manganese project. The drill results are part of the program drilled in March 2022. Bryah (49%) and OM (Manganese) Ltd. (OMM) (51%) have a Joint Venture (JV) to undertake exploration to test targets in the area, with a view to commencing manganese production.

OMM is a wholly owned subsidiary of OM Holdings Limited, one of the suppliers of manganese ores. The Bryah Basin project area is located approximately 100-150km north of the town of Meekatharra in Western Australia. The Company's tenements and manganese mineral rights cover 1,135km¦ over parts of the western Bryah Basin.

Figure 2 shows the Manganese Joint Venture tenement package, with prospects with an existing manganese Mineral Resource 1. RC Drilling of 2,458m was completed in 64 holes, 26 holes were reported on 1st August 2022 and the remainder in this announcement. Drilling at Redrum extended existing manganese intercepts from September 2021 drilling to the northwest and southeast, in holes RRRC029 to RRRC037. Results are now fully returned.

the results from all holes with intercepts at greater than 15% manganese, over 2m or more labelled. The latest results highlight the prospectivity of the area in the north section of the prospect, with all holes drilled to date returning manganese intercepts of more than 2m thickness and greater than 15% manganese. The aspect of manganese mineralisation in the best mineralised area in the north of the prospect is a sub-horizontal sheet with a gentle plunge towards the south - southeast.

Red arrows in Figure 4 show the directions the deposit is still open. Further infill and extensional drilling results were received. The results indicate that the mineralisation is open to the west and southwest with holes BRRC188 and BRRC187 intersecting 9 and 12m respectively over 22% Mn.

BRRC189 returned 12m at 23.4% Mn from 13m downhole, demonstrating the consistent good thickness and grade of mineralisation within the additional domain at Brumby West that was first identified in late 2021. Results returned to date show continuity of the manganese at 40m infill line spacing. Red arrows show the directions the manganese mineralisation at Brumby West is still open.

Drilling tested low order GAIP chargeability anomalies west of the existing deposit and tested a southern extension of the main lodes that are the basis of the current Mineral Resource for Area 74. Hole BRRC219 in the south of the area has returned 4m @ 27.5% Mn from 8m (previously released), indicating a southern extension of the mineralisation may be present. This will be followed up in coming works.

Figure 6 below shows the location of March 2022 drilling at Area 74 with previously released intercepts. No additional intercepts were returned with the remaining assay results.