02 – 03 – 05 – 15 – 22 – 29 Bonus Ball: 26
A double rollover jackpot worth £7,584,256 coincided with the UK Lotto celebrating its 20th birthday this week, and we are pleased to report that four tickets matched all of the numbers required to win the top prize, giving each of the jackpot-winners a personal windfall worth £1,896,064. More than 519,000 consolation prizes were also won, and there were 70 winning numbers in the Lotto Raffle game. 20 of those numbers were worth £1 million each, and the complete list of winners – as well as the full prize breakdown for the main Lotto game – can be found via the Results page at Lottery.co.uk.
01 – 06 – 18 – 19 – 26 – 44 Bonus Ball: 28
A single winner in the midweek Irish Lottery game meant that the draw last night offered a brand new jackpot worth €2 million. No player succeeded in matching all six main numbers, so that jackpot rolled over and the next game will offer a top prize of around €2.5 million. In the meantime, the winners of more than 36,000 consolation prizes can celebrate a profitable Saturday night. One ticket matched five main numbers plus the Bonus Ball to win €25,000, and the complete schedule of prizes can be viewed by visiting the Results page at IrishLottery.com.
07 – 13 – 18 – 29 – 50 Bonus Ball: 20
The only thing standing between Health Lottery players and a top prize of £100,000 is the ability to match all five of the main numbers that are drawn. None of last night's participants proved successful in achieving that task, but more than 13,000 tickets matched fewer main numbers – with or without the Bonus Ball – to win consolation prizes of up to £10,000 each.
22 – 25 – 55 – 58 – 82 – 85 Jolly: 62 SuperStar: 85
Another two midweek rollovers meant that the SuperEnalotto game saw its jackpot break through the €40 million barrier this week, giving participants in the Saturday night draw the opportunity to win €40,192,368. We can quote that figure exactly because, as we said earlier, one ticket succeeded in matching all six main numbers required to land the top prize, and that is the published sum that the lucky winner can now claim. There were over 34,000 standard entries that won consolation prizes, and more than 41,000 SuperStar entries also won prizes. The next SuperEnalotto game on Tuesday 25th November will now offer a brand new jackpot of around €11.5 million.
23 – 49 – 53 – 54 – 57 Powerball: 35
The Powerball jackpot last night was worth an advertised $70 million, and it will be worth around $80 million in the next game because none of the entries purchased for the draw was able to match all five main numbers as well as the Powerball. A single ticket matched the five main numbers only to win its owner $1 million, and at the second tier level there were 12 tickets that won $10,000 each by matching four main numbers and the Powerball. More than 330,000 standard entries won consolation prizes last night, and over 75,000 prizes were also won by Power Play entries.
Australian Saturday Lotto
01 – 05 – 14 – 23 – 31 – 42 Supplementary Numbers: 10 and 44
This week’s Australian Saturday Lotto draw gave players the chance to win a jackpot worth AUD$4,305,304, and the good news is that two entries took an equal share of that prize by matching all six of the main numbers. There were 50 tickets that matched five main numbers and one of the supplementary numbers to win a Division 2 prize of AUD$11,686 each, and Division 3 saw 1,043 tickets win AUD$1,208 each by matching five main numbers only. More than 458,000 tickets won more modest prizes by matching fewer numbers, and there will be another jackpot of around AUD$4 million for players to pursue in the next game on Saturday 29th November.
Written by Lottie McDonald