Wedding plans for loved up Wednesday Lotto winning couple
It was only nine weeks ago when Forrestfield Marketplace News sold their first Division 1 winning Lotto ticket for 2015 and last night marks their second.
The $1 million winning Wednesday Lotto ticket has just been claimed by a young engaged couple local to Forrestfield.
The new millionaires said they are still in shock and feel overwhelmed with their good luck.
"Am I dreaming?" said the man when inside the Winners Room.
The loved up couple said their wedding plans will receive a financial boost and their dream to upgrade their home for a future family of their own can now be fulfilled.
WA's $30 million OZ Lotto jackpot syndicate winners keep rolling in
Three more Division 1 winners from last week's $30 million OZ Lotto jackpot have claimed their prizes bringing the tally of syndicate shares claimed to seven out of ten.
A young couple from south of the river who purchased their share of the winning syndicate at The Lucky Lottery Centre in Booragoon originally thought they were set to collect a few thousand dollars, not $3 million!
Another syndicate winner who purchased their winning ticket at Reeds Lottery Centre in Fremantle was a man from the southern suburbs who has had a big smile on his face since news of his windfall.
"This has taken the pressure off financially and it's a nice feeling that the $30 million prize was shared with a syndicate," said the man.
A man from Applecross also claimed his syndicate share bought from The Lucky Lottery Centre in Booragoon.
"This win means a brighter future and will not only help my family but also my friends that need it," said the man.
The entire WA community is able to see the benefit of Lotterywest Games not only in our Division 1 winners but in the funds raised supporting local charities and not-for-profit organisations making a difference in WA.
Organisations to receive these benefits include the Shire of Kalamunda who received a $15,000 Lotterywest Grant last year towards developing a new trail in the Shire of Kalamunda.
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