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Kalamunda scoops Monday's only million dollar prize

Perth's hills have come alive with excitement after Kalamunda sold the only Division One prize worth $1 million in last night's Monday Lotto draw.

The winning ticket was sold at The Lucky Charm in Kalamunda.

Lotterywest spokesperson Pina Compagnone said Western Australia had been on a winning streak with Monday Lotto in the last month.

"Previous to last night's win, our State delivered three Monday Lotto winners in two weeks," she said.

"This included a $2 million Division One prize in a Monday Lotto draw on 27 September, followed by two $1 million Division One tickets which were sold in the following Monday Lotto draw on 4 October.

"All three tickets which were sold in Western Australia, were the only Division One winning tickets sold in the country. This is great news for our local Lotto players and we hope to see this Lotto luck continue."

Last night's win brings the number of 2010 Monday Lotto winners in our State to six. These winners have shared in over $7 million.

Lotto winners are not the only ones who benefit from Lotterywest games; 33 cents in every dollar spent is returned to Western Australian health, sports, the arts and a large number of charitable and community organisations.

This year the Rotary Club of Kalamunda received a $8,972 Lotterywest grant for equipment to support the Kalamunda Karnivale which will take place on 21 November.


Media Enquiries: Pina Compagnone - 9340 5227 / 0438 996 884

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