Cork’s newest millionaire yet to come forward!
A Daily Million player in Mallow has become a midweek millionaire after winning the top prize of €1 million in Thursday’s (28th April) 2pm draw. The winning Quick Pick ticket was sold at W&H O’Keefe Newsagents on the Main Street in Mallow, Co. Cork.
The Cork winner has officially become the 16th National Lottery millionaire of 2022 following yesterday’s top prize win.
Ray Kirby, owner of the family-run store said: "What a call to get from the National Lottery! This is the biggest prize that we've ever sold and I hear that the winner has become the 16th National Lottery millionaire of the year so it's very exciting. We have quite a lot of locals who come into us regularly so you never know, it could be someone from the area who won which would be great. We have already had a few customers in checking their tickets this morning and I reckon as soon as word spreads, we'll have even more in! There will definitely be a great buzz around the place now heading into the bank holiday weekend!"
Photo caption: The Kirby family, Ray Kirby, Sarah Orr National Lottery, Todd Kirby, Anna Kirby and Nora Kirby at W&H O’Keefe Newsagents on the Main Street in Mallow were overjoyed to hear that their shop sold the National Lottery €1 million winning ticket for Thursday’s (29th April) 2pm Daily Million draw. Pic: Gerard McCarthy / Mac Innes Photography
The National Lottery has urged Rebel County Daily Million players to check their tickets carefully as Thursday’s top prize winner is yet to come forward. The Cork winner is advised to sign the back of their ticket and keep it safe. They should contact the National Lottery prize claims team on 1800 666 222 or email email@example.com and arrangements will be made for them to claim their life-changing prize.
The winning numbers for Thursday’s (28th April) 2pm draw were: 20, 23, 25, 33, 36, 39 and the bonus was 04.
Daily Million draws take place twice a day, seven days a week at 2pm and 9pm and costs just €1 per play.
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