décembre 6, 2021

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The Ireland Lotto results have been announced as three players win life-changing prizes in a record lottery

There was no winner of Wednesday night’s record €19m draw – but 160,000 Irish players won prizes.

Among the lucky ticket holders were three gamblers who won more than 340,000 euros each.

This was the 10th draw in a row where the jackpot remained capped at a record high of €19.06 million.

This means that thousands of players at the lower tiers of prizes have benefited from the prize draw.

Among those were three players who matched five numbers and a bonus to win €341,375 each on Wednesday night.

The winning numbers in the main draw were 1, 11, 15, 30, 31, 43 and the bonus is 22.

Wednesday’s Lotto jackpot hit a record 19 million euros.

There was also no 1 million Euro Lotto Plus prize winner.

The numbers chosen were 2, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24 and the bonus is 25.

The Lotto Plus 2 cash prize of €250,000 is unclaimed.

The lucky numbers were 3, 10, 11, 14, 35, 40 and the bonus is 22.

The current Lotto jackpot has been on the market since Wednesday 9 June and the National Lottery has confirmed that over €51.3 million will be raised for good causes in the current Lotto jackpot series.

For the past 34 years, this fund has been dedicated to supporting worthy causes and community projects across Ireland.

The Grand Prix will now move for the eleventh time, with the next match taking place on Saturday.

This comes after last Saturday night’s Lotto draw saw 42 players from across the country enter just one number of the life-changing jackpot of €19,060,800 to share nearly €1 million in prize money.

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Players are encouraged to check their tickets carefully from the weekend draw as 42 players in 16 provinces now have tickets worth €23,367 each.