Lottery Results for Saturday 14th June 2014

Lottery players had the usual impressive range of opportunities to win big money last night, and we are pleased to report that plenty of them succeeded. Jackpots were landed in the UK Lotto, Irish Lottery and Australian Saturday Lotto games, whilst the Health Lottery also delivered its top prize to one lucky winner. The jackpots in the Powerball and SuperEnalotto games rolled over, so fans of those lotteries will be hoping for better luck next time. The lottery results for Saturday 14th June, 2014, were as follows...

Lottery Results for Saturday 14th June 2014

UK Lotto

09 – 18 – 22 – 23 – 29 – 33 Bonus Ball: 15

The UK Lotto game saw three tickets match all six main numbers to share a jackpot that was worth £3,447,723, giving each winning player the millionaire-making sum of £1,149,241. Eight tickets matched five of the main numbers as well as the Bonus Ball to win £34,399 each, and there were 287 tickets that matched five main numbers only to land a third tier prize worth £814 each. More than 332,000 entries won prizes at the lower levels, and the Lotto Raffle game created another 50 winners of £20,000 each. To see the complete breakdown of prizes won last night, along with the winning Lotto Raffle numbers, visit the Results page at

Irish Lottery

04 – 08 – 15 – 18 – 19 – 22 Bonus Ball: 01

The Irish Lottery game last night offered a brand new jackpot of €2 million to anyone who could match the six main numbers with a single entry, and there were two such entries, so the lucky owners of those can now claim their prize of €1 million each. Three tickets won €25,000 each by matching five of the main numbers plus the Bonus Ball, whilst 68 tickets matched five main numbers only to win €954 each. There were more than 45,000 prizes won in total, and you can view the full prize schedule by visiting the Results page at

Health Lottery

01 – 11 – 18 – 26 – 31 Bonus Ball: 20

One ticket was lucky enough to match all five of the main numbers drawn in the Health Lottery game last night, and the owner of that particular entry is now £100,000 richer than they were beforehand.  More than 13,000 tickets matched fewer main numbers, with or without the Bonus Ball number, to win consolation prizes worth up to £10,000 each. 


03 – 31 – 45 – 48 – 71 – 76 Jolly: 75 SuperStar: 70

SuperEnalotto players had a jackpot of €9.7 million to try and win last night, but once again the six main numbers proved a little too tricky for any player to line up on a single entry. There were no tickets that matched five main numbers plus the Jolly number either, but eight tickets won €32,538 each by matching five main numbers only. More than 29,000 standard entries won smaller consolations, and prizes  were also landed by over 41,000 SuperStar entries. The next SuperEnalotto game will now offer a larger jackpot of around €10.2 million.


09 – 33 – 42 – 45 – 54 Powerball: 30

Saturday night Powerball players were chasing a shiny new jackpot worth $40 million this week, but none of the participants succeeded in matching all of the numbers that were required to win that sum. Two tickets won their owners $1 million each by matching all five main numbers, and another nine tickets won $10,000 each by matching four main numbers and the Powerball. Over 330,000 standard tickets won smaller sums, and over 68,000 PowerPlay entries also won prizes, the biggest of which was worth $2 million. The next Powerball jackpot on Wednesday will be worth around $50 million.

Australian Saturday Lotto

11 – 13 – 16 – 19 – 27 – 35 Supplementary Numbers: 24 and 36

Australian Saturday Lotto players were pursuing a top prize worth AUD$4,092,777 last night, and 14 of them succeeded in matching all six main numbers required to land it. As always when there are multiple winners – and that happens most weeks in this game – the jackpot was divided equally between the successful players, giving the winning tickets an individual value of AUD$292,341. There were 69 tickets that won AUD$8,060 each at Division 2 by matching five main numbers plus one of the supplementary numbers, and more than 530,000 tickets won smaller prizes by matching fewer numbers. There will be another jackpot of around AUD$4 million to play for in the next game.

Written by Lottie McDonald

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