Two share £2.3 million Lotto jackpot
Thursday 16 February 2012
Two winners shared Wednesday's Lotto jackpot of £2.3 million, Camelot said.
The winning numbers were 30, 40, 28, 33, 09 and 44 and the bonus number was 16.
Set of balls three and draw machine Merlin were used.
The jackpot winners will each collect a prize of £1,180,119 for matching all six numbers.
Saturday's estimated jackpot is £4.2m.
Eight ticketholders matched five numbers plus the bonus to take home £90,778 while 253 won £1,794 for five numbers.
A total of 14,594 matched four numbers to claim £68 each, while 275,203 won £10 for matching three numbers.
Non-one won the top prize of £130,000 in the Lotto HotPicks draw.
In the Thunderball draw, the winning numbers were 18, 19, 39, 01 and 11 and the Thunderball number was 07.
Nobody won the £500,000 top prize.
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