Two players scoop €10,000 each in Monday afternoon draw
The Roscommon Daily Million player who scooped the top prize of €1,000,000 in the 9pm draw on 16th June has officially claimed their prize. The winning ticket was purchased at Casey’s Service Station on the Athlone Road for the draw last month.
The Midlands millionaire was over the moon when they realised their luck: “I was at home having a cup of tea when I heard that the top prize had been won in the 9pm draw and as soon as news broke on where the winning ticket was sold, I checked my ticket straight away. I scanned it on the phone and of course got the message to say that I had won big.”
“This is definitely the biggest prize I have ever won and I’m still a bit shocked so I think it might take a while for the news to really sink in to be honest,” the winner said.
Meanwhile, two players from Dublin and Meath both came within one number of the top prize of €1,000,000 in this afternoon’s 2pm Daily Million draw. The two lucky ticket holders matched five numbers and the bonus in the Monday afternoon draw to win €10,000 each.
The Dublin player purchased their winning ticket at the Spar shop on the Malahide Road in Coolock Village while the Meath player purchased their Quick Pick ticket at Hayestown Filling Station in Navan. Both winning tickets were bought on the day of the draw.
The winning numbers for today’s 2pm Daily Million draw were: 02, 06, 12, 20, 25, 32 and the bonus was 36.
The winning ticket holders are advised to sign the back of their tickets and check www.lottery.ie for details of their nearest An Post Prize Claim Centre where prizes up to €14,999 can be claimed. Alternatively, they can contact the National Lottery claims team on 1800 666 222 or email email@example.com.
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