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Lotto's top prize heading for €3.5m

Published 08/11/2012 | 05:00

The weekend Lotto jackpot is heading for €3.5m after the mid-week draw failed to produce a winner. The numbers were 4, 5, 9, 20, 27 and 31. The bonus was 34. The jackpot was €3,031,935.

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A ticket sold in Dublin won the top €350,000 prize in the Lotto Plus 1. The numbers were 12, 14, 21, 29, 30 and 39. The bonus was 32. There was no winner of the top prize of €250,000 in the Lotto Plus 2. The numbers were 13, 19, 36, 37, 42 and 45. The bonus was 41.

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