South Limerick store revealed as selling location for Friday’s Daily Million €1 million win

Ireland’s newest National Lottery millionaire comes forward!

It was a day for celebrations in Killmallock after it was announced that Ryan’s Supervalu on Sarsfield Street in the South Co. Limerick town sold the top prize winning ticket in Friday’s 9pm draw. 

Friday’s €1 million win marked the 6th Daily Million top prize win of 2023 following wins by players in Dublin (2), Tipperary, Donegal and Kildare. 

Store Manager Gareth Davies was delighted to hear that one of his customers had a life-changing start to their weekend:

“What a way to spend a Friday night – becoming a millionaire! All of the staff here will be so excited to hear the news as soon as word gets out. We’re a busy shop in town with about 60 of us working here so it’s a great boost for us all. We have lots of regular locals who come into us too so I’m sure they’ll be delighted to hear we sold a winner as it’s positive news for the community.” 

04-07-2023 LOTTO Ryans SuperValu Kilmallock celebrate a 1000000 Euro winning ticket in the Lotto Draw on 30th of June. Catriona Kelly and Roisin Howard, Ryans SuperValu Kilmallock. Picture: Keith Wiseman

Photo Caption: Staff at Ryan’s Supervalu on Sarsfield Street in Killmallock, Co. Limerick were thrilled to hear that their store sold the winning €1 million ticket in Friday’s 9pm Daily Million draw

The National Lottery has confirmed that the latest National Lottery millionaire has made contact and arrangements are now being made for them to claim their prize. 

Meanwhile, a Tipperary woman visited Lotto HQ this week to collect her cheque of €500,000 after winning the top prize amount in the EuroMillions Plus draw on Friday 23rd June. The winner purchased her ticket at Lidl in Thurles. 

The Premier County winner was still in shock while sitting in the Winners Room: “I’ve definitely been in a state of disbelief ever since the win. I checked the ticket the night of the draw and probably didn’t get a lot of sleep afterwards. It really comes to show that dreams actually can come true. This truly will bring a great sense of comfort and relief for the rest of our lives as we were planning and hoping to buy property so this will be a huge help to make that happen, even sooner than expected.”

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