It’s a win for Limerick, Mayo and Tipperary! Three Lotto players scoop €22,601 each in Saturday night’s draw

Wednesday’s Lotto jackpot rolls towards a MASSIVE €12 million (est)

Over 117,000 Lotto players across Ireland won prizes in Saturday’s Lotto draw with three players in Limerick, Mayo and Tipperary taking the lead as the biggest winners of the night. All three players matched five numbers and the bonus in the main draw to share a prize fund of €67,803. 

The Limerick winner scooped their €22,601 share after purchasing their Quick Pick ticket at the Centra store in the Woodview Shopping Centre on the Old Cratloe Road. The Mayo player purchased their Quick Pick ticket at McHugh’s Spar on the Main Street in Ballindine while the Tipperary player purchased their winning ticket at Cleary’s Garage on the Limerick Road in Nenagh. All three tickets were purchased on the day of the draw. 

The winning Lotto numbers from last night’s draw (Saturday 10th June) were: 04, 05, 21, 26, 27, 34 and the bonus was 33.

The National Lottery are urging players across the country to check their tickets carefully and advising the Limerick, Mayo and Tipperary Match 5 + Bonus winners to contact the National Lottery prize claims team on 1800 666 222 or email and arrangements will be made for them to claim their prizes. 

As there was no outright winner of Saturday’s €11,695,590 Lotto jackpot, Wednesday’s (14th June) jackpot prize is set to roll to an estimated €12 million, which would take the record of the highest jackpot prize of 2023 if won on Wednesday night. 

A National Lottery spokesperson said: “Lotto players all over Ireland are still in with a chance of taking the title of highest Lotto jackpot winner of 2023 as Wednesday’s jackpot rolls towards an estimated €12 million. While there was no winner of last night’s staggering €11,695,590 jackpot, three players in Limerick, Mayo and Tipperary all matched five numbers and the bonus to win €22,601 each. The three biggest winners of the night should sign the back of their tickets and keep them safe. They should make contact with our prize claims team who will make arrangements for them to claim their prizes.”

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