The National Lottery has confirmed that the big win was only achieved in the Plus-draw of Ireland and they have revealed where the winning ticket was sold
An Irish punter has won a mega € 500,000 in the EuroMillions of Friday night, but there was no winner of the jackpot of € 36.5 million.
The big win came only in Ireland's Plus draw.
And the National Lottery has confirmed that the winning ticket was sold in the south of the country.
The numbers in that draw were 5, 7, 8, 9 and 17.
But there was no winner of the jackpot with a value of € 36.5 million.
The numbers drawn in the main table were 4, 30, 31, 38, 42 and the lucky stars were 4 and 6.
Meanwhile, a small Meath village is gripped by Lotto fever, while the local population is wondering who has kicked up the mega-camot of Wednesday evening of € 4,770,304.
The winning jackpot Quick Pick ticket was sold last Friday, August 24, at the Londis Store in Summerhill at Co Meath.
Garret Jordan, owner of the winning Londis, said the 700 inhabitants of Summerhill village would like to solve the mystery, while speculation evokes the identity of the lucky winner.
He said: "The whole village is absolutely captivated by the profits, there is great excitement and everyone prays that the winner is local," he said.
"We were absolutely overwhelmed this morning with customers checking their tickets in the hope that they won the jackpot prize.
"There is a real party mood, so we will enjoy the celebrations in the coming days," Jordan added.
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On Wednesday, eight happy South Dublin colleagues raised € 500,000 in the Lotto and became the 21st winners of the EuroMillions Plus prize in Ireland this year.
The syndicate told of their painful waiting to check their winning ticket, which was locked at their office during the weekend.
The workmen each won € 62,500 and are already planning to go on holiday, buy new cars and repay loans.