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Australia'Old friends' win $1m using same numbers they've used for 10 years

06:50  19 august  2019
06:50  19 august  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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'Old friends' win $1m using same numbers they've used for 10 years© Getty Images A relaxed Melbourne lottery winner knew about his $3.3 million win for days before stepping forward to claim the prize. Eight friends have won a share in almost $1 million after winning a lotto draw using the same numbers they've played for more than a decade.

The "old friends", whose identity has not been made public, will divide $989,632.50 after taking home a division one prize in Saturday's TattsLotto draw.

"That's fantastic. This is a very good phone call," the syndicate leader told a lotto representative.

"This is a syndicate we've been running between a group of old friends for years and years and years.

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The tradies won the division one prize with a set of numbers they had been using every week for five years straight.

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"You've completely made my day. I can't wait to phone my friends and tell them."

The instant winner said the syndicate started more than 10 years ago with each of the eight choosing a number.

"We've been playing that System entry ever since," he said.

"I've been telling them for years we'll win it one day.

"I'll use my share to pay off some bills and I'm sure my wife will want to spend some of it too."

The syndicate leader, who wishes to remain anonymous, purchased the syndicate's marked System 7 entry online.

The winning numbers in Saturday's TattsLotto were 19, 23, 35, 6, 28 and 24, while the supplementary numbers were 38 and 29.

Across Australia, there were four division one winning entries in TattsLotto draw 3973, three from Victoria and one from New South Wales.

In the 12 months to June 30, more than 108 million winners took home more than $3.28 billion in prize money from the lotto.

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