Three times Superdraw success in the West
Three Western Australian players have each taken home a $1,105,263 prize in tonight’s $21 million Saturday Lotto Superdraw.
The lucky winners were amongst 19 from around the nation to share in the $21 million Division 1 prize pool.
The State’s winning tickets were sold at Central News Bunbury, Mundaring Lottery Centre and News and Beckenham Newsagency. The Central News Bunbury ticket was a syndicate with 20 shares with each share holder due to collect a $55,535 prize.
178,131 other WA players took home a Superdraw prize tonight, including 27 locals who pocketed a $6,711 Division 2 prize.
It’s not just thousands of local winners that have reason to celebrate their Superdraw success, with Lotterywest raising over $4 million for the WA community thanks to player support in the draw.
Lotterywest is waiting to hear from the State’s newest Lotto millionaires and encourages everyone who purchased a ticket in the draw to check them for the winning numbers of 31, 10, 24, 16, 28 and 8.
WA’s Division 1 winners tally for the year has now reached 26 with those players sharing in almost $22 million in prizes.
WA’s luck in the Superdraw could be a sign of more good things to come next week with a combined $70 million worth of jackpot prizes on offer.
Tuesday’s OZ Lotto draw offers a $40 million jackpot prize, followed by a $30 million Powerball jackpot on Thursday.
Lotterywest spokesperson Leah McLeod said with WA’s successful track record of Division 1 Lotto winners this year, there was a good chance luck might be here to stay.
Tickets for both the OZ Lotto and Powerball jackpots can be purchased until 6pm on the day of the draw from Lotterywest retailers in-store, through Play Online or via the Lotterywest App.
Media Enquiries: Leah McLeod: 9340 5227/ 0438 996 884