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Ireland Irish winner of €17 million jackpot has contacted National Lottery

01:50  15 february  2020
01:50  15 february  2020 Source:   thejournal.ie

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The winner of Wednesday night’s EuroMillions jackpot worth € 17 million has yet to come forward, the National Lottery has said. This means that 20 per cent of all Irish EuroMillions jackpot winners come from the Heather County.” The first Mayo EuroMillions jackpot was won in April 2014 when a

A lucky Irish punter has scooped a massive € 17 m in the Euromillions. The National Lottery say there was only one winner of the jackpot , matching all "Obviously if the winner contacts us before them, we will be asking them to go and get some legal and financial advice and to maybe take some time

a group of people standing in front of a store: Staff at the Londis shop in Castlebar which sold the winning EuroMillions ticket. Staff at the Londis shop in Castlebar which sold the winning EuroMillions ticket.

THE IRISH WINNER of Tuesday night’s €17 million EuroMillions ticket sold in Castlebar has gotten in touch with the National Lottery. 

The ticket was sold at Mulroy’s Londis in Castlebar, Co Mayo. This is the third winning EuroMillions jackpot ticket to be sold in the Mayo town. 

The winner contacted the National Lottery this morning, a spokesperson confirmed. 

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“We are making arrangements for the winner or winners to make their claim in the coming weeks,” the National Lottery spokesperson said. 

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It has been revealed the single winning ticket of € 17 million (£14.8 million) in the EuroMillions draw on Tuesday 5th June is owned by a 32-strong syndicate from the The group have already contacted National Lottery officials in Dublin to collect their EuroMillions winnings, however, the celebrations

Owner of the Londis shop Alan Mulroy said it was “quite a shock” to learn his store had sold the winning ticket.

“The majority of our customers are locals so l really do hope it is someone in the Castlebar community,” he said.  

This is the 15th EuroMillions win in Ireland since the game began in 2004.  

It emerged on Tuesday evening that the winning ticket had been sold in Ireland. The winning numbers were: 24, 26, 32, 43, 46 and the lucky stars were 6 and 10.

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