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Wednesday 18 October 2017

Siobhan's joy at €20,000 windfall

Siobhan Everard, Murroe, Co Limerick, winner of €20,000. Photograph: Liam Burke/Press 22
Siobhan Everard, Murroe, Co Limerick, winner of €20,000. Photograph: Liam Burke/Press 22
Jerome Reilly

Jerome Reilly

The Sunday Independent, together with the Irish Independent and the National Lottery, are delighted to announce Siobhan Everard as the third winner of our €100,000 giveaway.

Siobhan, from Co Limerick, won €20,000 after collecting six tokens from the Irish Independent and Sunday Independent. The promotion, developed in celebration of the launch of the National Lottery's 'Bigger Better Lotto' game, runs to October 17.

Siobhan said: "I never win anything so I am delighted to finally win something. I can't quite believe it."

For a chance to win, readers must collect six tokens between now and Saturday October 17 from either publication and declare what their dream is, should they win. The weekly draw closes each Tuesday. Don't worry if you miss a deadline, all entries will be carried over to the next week. Tokens, which appear on page 2, can be used from any combination of days across both papers.

Once six tokens have been collected, entry forms can be found in the Irish Independent every Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday, and in the Sunday Independent. Winners will be chosen based on a correctly answered question and by way of completing a unique and creative tiebreaker/slogan.

Arlene Regan, Marketing and Promotions Manager with INM said: "Congratulations to Siobhan and we wish her all the best with her winnings. Both the Irish Independent and Sunday Independent are delighted to team up with the National Lottery for this exciting giveaway."

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