Winner Found: Irish Millionaire Comes Forward
Winner of €5.6 million Lotto jackpot has made contact with Irish National Lottery. The winner bought their Quick Pick ticket on the same day of the draw.
The National Lottery has confirmed that the winner of last week’s €5,685,384 Lotto jackpot has made contact. The winning ticket, sold at the Centra Store in Crosshaven, Co. Cork, had been revealed on Saturday.
Also, a National Lottery spokesperson explains: “We can confirm that we have been contacted by the ticketholder and arrangements are being made for the claim to be made.”
The draw took place on Saturday, March 24, and the winner bought their Quick Pick ticket on the same day.
Together with the win, the staff of the Cork shop can’t contain their excitement.
The Cork shop was celebrating after selling winning Lotto jackpot ticket worth over €5.6m. Conor Midleton, Store Manger and staff of Centra Crosshaven, Co Cork celebrate that they sold the winning Lotto ticket worth 5.6 million euro on Saturday night.
Again, the winning numbers on the night were 2, 17, 24, 25, 35, 40 and the bonus of 36.
Furthermore, Buzzing Centra store owner Bernard Lynch revealed that his co-workers went wild when they heard the news.
He said: “We just can’t believe it, what a win for the people of Crosshaven!
As well, “I’m away on an Easter break with the family but it was a nice surprise to get the call from the National Lottery on Saturday night! I managed to get hold of the staff in the shop before they closed up for the night and they went absolutely wild.
“Whoever the winner is, we are absolutely delighted for them and we wish them every bit of luck. If the winner of the life-changing sum happens to be one of our neighbours or friends, it’ll be all the sweeter.”
Then he continues, “In my absence from the store, I have been told that celebrations are well underway this morning! We’re calling on everybody in the locality to drop into the store. Everybody check their tickets to see if they have won the €5.7 million jackpot!”
In the light of the win, the mystery of the Irish lotto millionaire has bee sold.