Lotto Player Scoops €11.2m In Co Wicklow

A Lotto player in County Wicklow has won €11,225,280 in the biggest jackpot in two years.

Players in the county have been asked to check their tickets after last night's draw.

The winning numbers were: 10, 13, 23, 24, 25 and 44, with a bonus number of 12.

It is yet to be known when the winning ticket was sold.


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