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25 May 2019 15:38
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    A single Strike 4 ticket with the first four numbers in tonight's Lotto draw has won $300,000

    A single Strike 4 ticket with the first four numbers in tonight's Lotto draw has won $300,000


    That ticket was bought at Paihia Four Square.

    4 Lotto tickets are each worth $250,000 dollars - sharing Division One's million dollar prize.

    Those tickets were bought from Highpoint Temptations Lotto in Auckland, New World Rototuna, by a MyLotto online player in Marlborough, and from Greymouth Lotto & Souvenirs

    Powerball wasn't struck, and rolls over to Wednesday night.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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