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A Westmeath mum has promised to purchase a new tractor for her family farm after spinning the wheel to win €57,000 on the National Lottery Winning Streak game show on RTÉ One.
The Gateway Youth Project (Foroige) and the Midland's Amenity Park Association Ltd. were notable winners in their respective categories following the announcement of the successful candidates in the county Westmeath National Lottery Good Causes awards.
Clubs, projects and individuals in County Westmeath who have benefited from National Lottery Good Cause funding have been invited to enter an exciting new national competition with the chance of winning €35,000.
The National Lottery has confirmed that the top prize of €500,000 in the Daily Millions Draw on Friday last, June 1 was sold at Newstand, Market Square, Castlebar.
A skiing holiday and a trip to follow Ireland at Euro 2016 are the top of the agenda for the counties newsest millionares who picked up their winnings in Dublin today (Wednesday, January 27). The winning married couple who wish to keep their identies private picked up their €13,793,435 winnings at National Lottery headquarters.
The rain could not dampen the spirits of a very happy Co Mayo couple today, as they collected a cheque for half a million euro. The pair, who wish to keep the win private, won the prize in the EuroMillions Plus draw on Tuesday August 11.
Following on from their semi-final Promotion last week the Mayo Players Training and Welfare Lotto are offering some another ten exciting prizes in the lead up to the big game.
A syndicate group of four work colleagues from a city catering company who have been playing together for fourteen years were in high spirits on Tuesday as they collected their EuroMillions Match 5+1 prize of over €372,000 in National Lottery offices.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny has welcomed the announcement of funding awards totalling €235,200 for six organisations in Mayo.
The Mayo GAA players have become the first county to launch an exciting new players fund lotto ahead of their upcoming clash with Galway in Pearse Stadium. It’s a lotto with a difference, as all funds raised through this lotto are ringfenced for the sole purpose of the training and welfare of the county panels from underage up, across all codes both football and hurling. It is a lotto promoted by the players for the benefit of the players.