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    A Lotto player with the first four numbers drawn in the correct order has won $600,000 this evening in Strike Four

    A Lotto player with the first four numbers drawn in the correct order has won $600,000 this evening in Strike Four


    They bought their ticket at Mobil Wairoa.

    And 5 players share Lotto First Division, each winning $200,000 with tickets bought from New World Waiuku, Otautau Supervalue, and on MyLotto by two players from Auckland and one from Otago.

    Powerball was not struck this evening and rolls over to Wednesday night, when the jackpot will be $5 million.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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