12 – 15 – 22 – 29 – 30 – 35 Bonus Ball: 44
UK Lotto players were pursuing an advertised jackpot of around £11 million thanks to rollovers in each of the previous three draws, but none of the tickets bought for the game were able to match all six main numbers. That sets things up for a massive quadruple rollover game on Wednesday, and the rules don't allow the jackpot to roll again, so if no player wins the top prize in the usual manner the cash will roll down to the next prize tier that does have winners. In the meantime, there were almost 340,000 consolation prizes landed, plus 200 Lotto Raffle prizes of £20,000 each, so for full details on all of that visit the results page at Lottery.co.uk.
08 – 24 – 33 – 35 – 40 – 43 Bonus Ball: 31
A jackpot of €4.44 million awaited any player who could match the six main numbers that were drawn in the Saturday night Irish Lottery game, but there were no such players, so the next game on Wednesday will offer an even bigger jackpot of around €5 million. A single ticket succeeded in matching five main numbers and the Bonus Ball to win a second tier prize of €25,000, and another 33 tickets matched five main numbers only to win €1,967 each. There were over 30,000 prizes won at the lower levels, and a full breakdown of the sums won can be found by visiting the Results page at IrishLottery.com.
11 – 13 – 14 – 18 – 22 Bonus Ball: 09
Whether they win or lose, Health Lottery players can always derive satisfaction from the fact that their participation helps to raise a good deal of money for health-related causes. Of course, being rewarded with a cash prize is an even more satisfying, and last night one lucky player landed the top prize of £100,000 by matching all five main numbers. More than 18,000 tickets matched fewer numbers – with or without the Bonus Ball – to win consolation prizes.
07 – 20 – 25 – 51 – 65 – 87 Jolly: 58 SuperStar: 50
Italy's favourite lottery game also happens to offer one of the world's most challenging jackpots, and that makes rollovers far more common than first tier successes. The jackpot for last night's draw was worth €26.7 million , but once again the six main numbers proved too difficult for anyone to match with a single entry. The second prize tier was also absent of winners, but a third tier prize of €26,208 went to each of 10 tickets that managed to match five main numbers only and over 33,000 tickets won smaller prizes. The next SuperEnalotto game on Tuesday 16th September will offer a jackpot worth around €27.2 million.
01 – 06 – 16 – 37 – 53 Powerball: 27
The $149 million jackpot that we mentioned earlier attracted hoards of casual players to the Saturday night Powerball game as well as all of the regular participants, but that didn't translate to anyone being able to win it. The best that any player could manage was to win a second tier prize of $1 million by matching the five main numbers only, and that feat was achieved by just one participant. Over 517,000 smaller consolation prizes were won by standard tickets, and over 96,000 Power Play entries also won prizes. The next game will offer a jackpot worth around $171 million.
Australian Saturday Lotto
01 – 05 – 10 – 14 – 29 – 33 Supplementary Numbers: 09 and 22
The Australian Saturday Lotto jackpot beat the AUD$4 million estimate yet again, weighing in at a hefty AUD$4,438,471. There were eight tickets that matched all six main numbers required to win the top prize, so each of those is now worth AUD$554,821. Division 2 saw 71 tickets match five main numbers and one of the supplementary numbers to secure a prize of AUD$8,467 each, and more than 569,000 smaller prizes were won by tickets matching fewer numbers. The next game on Saturday 20th September will offer a special jackpot with an advertised value of AUD$20 million.
Written by Lottie McDonald