Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) announced financial results for the quarter ended 30 September 2022.

Results received for the 2,498m Reverse Circulation (RC) drilling program completed at the Brumby Creek manganese targets.

Redrum Prospect shows potential for new manganese deposit in the Bryah Basin.

New results received to date from Brumby West confirm excellent tenor of deposit extension.

Results pending for the June manganese RC program.

OM Holdings is the JV partner for this project.

First pass drilling at Olympus for a total of 2,148m of RC drilling completed in June/July 2022 and has identified a prospective mineralised horizon.

Semi massive sulphide mineralisation and anomalous copper up to 0.1% Cu.

Highly anomalous Volcanogenic Hosted Massive Sulphide (VHMS) pathfinder elements identified.

Follow up copper-gold drill targets identified.

WA State Government EIS grant funding for $130,000 covered approximately 50% of the drilling costs.

Follow up downhole electromagnetic (DHEM) surveys planned to test for off-hole conductors that may correspond with copper sulphide mineralisation.

691m diamond drill core program commenced in September and completed using RC precollars drilled in July.

Targeting Cu-Au VMS mineralisation 300m and 500m depth.

Deep VMS targets are a product of multiple lines of strong geological evidence.

WA State Government EIS grant funding for $140,000.

Cash position of $1.2 million as at 30th September 2022.

Following the announcement the company?s share price unchanged.