One Tipperary Lotto player is €1m richer today

Ireland's newest millionaire picked up their lucky Lotto ticket in Co Tipperary.

One player scooped €1m in last night's Lotto Plus 1 draw

The National Lottery confirmed the winning Quick Pick was purchased at the Applegreen store in Moangarrif, Clonmel.

"This is amazing news for a lucky Lotto player in Tipperary and it is the fourth Lotto Plus 1 millionaire made this year alone and the seventh millionaire across all our Lotto games in 2019," a spokesperson said.

Last night’s winning Lotto Plus 1 numbers were: 2, 4, 13, 17, 23, 27 and the bonus ball was 26.

"It’s really good news for the town," said Applegreen store manager, Kieran O’Neill.

We have a lot of local customers from Moangarrif and the wider Clonmel area, with a lot of local businesses, factories and a stud farm nearby so we really do hope it is one of our regulars who has won the million euro.

"We have been spreading the word to all our customers since early doors this morning, getting them to check their tickets and spreading the good news, but whoever it is – I wish them the very best of luck!"

The winner is being urged to sign the back of the ticket and get in touch with the National Lottery prize claims team on 01 836 4444.

Meanwhile, there was no winner of last night’s €4,779,975 Lotto jackpot which now rolls to an estimated €5.5 million for next Saturday’s draw.

More on this topic

No winner of tonight's Lotto jackpot worth €2.8m

Man who scooped €1m in Daily Millions wants to by new set of tyres for old 'banger'

No winner of tonight's EuroMillions jackpot worth €25m

The Lotto results are in...

More in this Section

70% of people in UK believe gay couples should be able to marry in NI

Major flaw in laws prohibiting resale of NAMA properties to developers revealed

Technical group established to look at Brexit backstop alternatives

GRA: Armed units not a long term solution in Longford


Lifestyle

Life in a vacuum: Your guide to choosing vacuum cleaners

Bright ideas: How to wear the summer tailoring trend

Tracing the roots of folk and fairy lore behind everyday plants

More From The Irish Examiner