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12 January 2018, 08:47 | Cesar Cruz
Could it be you? The winning numbers were 04 08 22 23 48 and Lucky Stars 01 12
Andy Carter, senior winners' advisor at The National Lottery, said last Wednesday: "Wow, a single ticket-holder has banked the £24.5 million jackpot in this special must-be-won draw".
It was the third Irish jackpot win during 2017 and the 12th overall.
The winning numbers are: 04, 08, 22, 23, 48 and Lucky Stars: 01, 12.
"Full details will follow once we contact the winning store and arrangements are in place".
Fortunately for the Gloucs man he was the only one who did - making it an incredible start to the New Year for him. "2017 was very lucky for our EuroMillions players with a record three Jackpot wins and 31 EuroMillion Plus wins of €500,000 each".
It is expected the name of the shop that sold the winning ticket worth just under €40 million will be revealed on Thursday.
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