A SECOND-tier EuroMillions prize worth €146,289 was won by a lotto player in Ennis.

Friday night’s EuroMillions jackpot draw was worth €130m and had no overall winner. However, two players, one in Co Clare and another in Co Donegal were one Lucky Star number short of the jackpot prize. Both players matched all five numbers and one Lucky Star to claim the second-tier prize worth €146,289.

This Quick Pick Clare ticket was purchased on Friday at the Circle K service station on the Limerick Rd in Ennis. The other winning ticket was purchased online at www.lottery.ie by a player in Donegal. The National Lottery has confirmed that a notification to the user’s online account and a separate email has now been sent to the lucky Donegal ticketholder.

Winning numbers for the main EuroMillions jackpot draw on Friday were: 08, 19, 32, 41, 42 and the Lucky Star numbers: 09, 12. As there was no winner of the €130 million EuroMillions mega draw, Tuesday’s jackpot prize is heading for €145 million. The National Lottery have called on players to check their tickets carefully and have asked the lucky winners to make contact as soon as possible.

A spokesperson for the National Lottery said: “There was extra excitement for Friday’s EuroMillions draw which promised a guaranteed jackpot of €130 million. While there was no winner of the overall prize, over 76,000 players in Ireland won prizes which includes the two big winners in Clare and Donegal. We’re asking all of our players nationwide to check their tickets and if you are one of the big winners, you can call us on 1800 666 222 or email claims@lottery.ie”.

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