Lotto set for a festive £7m rollover
Thursday 24 December 2009
This weekend's National Lottery draw will be a £7 million rollover after Wednesday's jackpot went unclaimed.
The winning numbers drawn were 18, 15, 32, 36, 37 and 26 and the bonus ball was 22.
Six people each won £147,101 by matching five numbers and the bonus ball.
Prizes of £2,677 went to 206 people who matched five of the main numbers.
A further 13,263 ticket holders won £91 by matching four numbers and 260,313 won £10 for matching three.
Set of balls three and draw machine Arthur were used.
One person won the £130,000 Lotto Hotpicks jackpot.
The winning numbers in the Dream Number draw were 0, 8, 7, 7, 2, 0 and 6 but nobody matched all seven in draw order so the top prize went unclaimed.
The winning numbers in the Thunderball draw were 08, 11, 17, 28, 34 and the Thunderball was 09.
Nobody won the top prize of £250,000.
Last night's Daily Play numbers were 23, 01, 16, 18, 05, 02 and 26.
No ticket holders matched all seven.
Presents unwrapped, turkey gobbled... it's time to relax
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