March 13, 2023

Established multi-asset West Australian lithium company, Global Lithium Resources announced that the latest round of assay results received from its 2022 drilling program at the company’s 100% owned Manna Lithium Project, located 100km east of Kalgoorlie, has highlighted a large-scale lithium bearing pegmatite system extending to the Northeast.
The Northeast spodumene extension of the Manna deposit was identified by GL1’s exploration team late last year but due to the priority placed on the Manna Resource upgrade, the area was not drilled until late in the 2022 exploration program.
The majority of the results from this prospective area have now been received and highlight an 800m long zone that contains large high-grade intercepts of spodumene bearing pegmatites, that extend along strike and down dip in all directions.
An interim resource upgrade is currently underway using the remaining assay results from the 2022 drilling program. It is anticipated that these results will improve the level of confidence and add to the overall size of the resource.
It’s important to note that everything outside the current pit shell outline is not included in the scoping study numbers, this includes all of the North-eastern extension.
The 2023 drilling campaign of 35,000m will focus on an expanded exploration program at the Manna Lithium Project targeting our now increased understanding of the lithium mineralogy within the Manna LCT pegmatite system. These new regional targets will be drill tested to depth for possible additional
spodumene pegmatites.
(Source and image: Global Lithium Resources/Manna Lithium Project east of Kalgoorlie)