Search continues for winning Lotto ticket holders for €7.5m and €250k prizes

The search is on for a new big-ticket Lotto winner in Kildare.

The National Lottery has confirmed a Maxol Service Station in Co Kildare has sold its second big National Lottery prize in six months.

A Lotto Plus 2 top prize winning ticket worth €250,000 was sold on the Sallins Road in Naas yesterday.

The service station sold a €1m EuroMillions Ireland Only Raffle ticket to a family in May who vowed to buy their dream home with their winnings.

Store owner, Conor Sherry, said: “With two life-changing lottery wins in the space of a couple of months, we are certainly proving to be a lucky charm for our customers.

"The store is situated in a busy residential area while we also have a lot of trade with the large multinational companies in the area. We will be celebrating the win in-store today and we’ll certainly be reminding all of our customers to check their tickets.”

Last night’s winning Lotto Plus 2 numbers are: 05, 10, 13, 28, 33, 43 and the Bonus 36.

Meanwhile, the winner of of last Wednesday’s €7.5 million Lotto jackpot on a ticket sold in Thurles. Co Tipperary has yet to come forward.

Friday’s EuroMillions jackpot is an estimated €30 million.

More in this Section

Shivs and Shanks: Exhibition of improvised weapons goes on display on Spike Island

Prisons seek to ease fears over backlog of sex offenders for treatment programme

Cystic fibrosis patients call for new hospital facilities

Update: Body found in search for missing Ruth Maguire in Carlingford


Lifestyle

Video: This is how you can master Marie Kondo’s ‘life-changing’ method of tidying up

Cookbook review: The Flexible Pescatarian by Jo Pratt

How to make your garden a plastic-free zone

4 things you need to know about matcha, the form of green tea that’s getting a lot of buzz

More From The Irish Examiner