Seeing one player land the quadruple-rollover jackpot in the EuroMillions game on Friday night was definitely encouraging for players of’s lottery games, and some of the prizes on offer were just as big. The game in the USA was advertising a jackpot of $ 150 million, Italian lottery players were getting excited about a jackpot worth €51 million and UK Lotto fans had a top prize of £6.1 million to try and win. The only thing standing between the shared desire for massive success and the reality of landing a life-changing fortune were the numbers themselves, which brings us nicely to the results for Saturday 9th March 2013…
12 – 19 – 25 – 36 – 44 – 46: 18
UK Lotto players were hopeful that the recent trend of Saturday night jackpot wins would continue last night, and they weren’t disappointed. Two tickets matched all six of the main numbers drawn to share a rollover jackpot of £6,166,176, making each winner £3,083,088 richer than they were before. Ten tickets matched five main numbers as well as the number to win £125,615 each, and the total number of prizes won was 521,105. The next UK Lotto jackpot this Wednesday is expected to be worth around £2 million, and in the meantime you can view a complete breakdown of Saturday night##Q##s prizes by visiting the page at lottery.co.uk.
02 – 03 – 20 – 29 – 39 – 43 Bonus Ball: 37
The Irish Lottery jackpot was worth a very handy €2,596,472 last night and it will be worth even more (around €3 million) in the midweek game this Wednesday because none of the participating players were able to win it. No player matched five main numbers plus the Bonus Ball either, but 36 players did match five main numbers only, which was enough to secure a third-tier prize worth €1,932 each. More than 35,000 other prizes were also won at the lower levels, and you can find full details of all the sums landed by visiting the page at IrishLottery.com.
02 – 04 – 30 – 34 – 46
Health Lottery players only have to match five numbers to win a top prize of £100,000, and that prize remains constant no matter how many tickets succeed. Last night there were no such winners, but over 3,900 tickets were able to win their owners £250 or £20 each by matching four or three of the numbers drawn.
13 – 22 – 36 – 64 – 80 – 84 Jolly: 37 SuperStar: 69
The SuperEnalotto jackpot for the Saturday night draw had an advertised value of €51.4 million, which was in the same ball park as the EuroMillions jackpot had been when it was landed on Friday. Unfortunately the similarities ended there, because none of the tickets entered into the SuperEnalotto game succeeded in matching all of the numbers required to win the top prize. Fortunately, seven lucky tickets matched five of the main numbers to win a third-tier prize of €51,405 each, and more than 37,000 tickets won smaller prizes. There will now be a jackpot of around €52 million to play for in the first midweek SuperEnalotto game this Tuesday.
10 – 37 – 40 – 46 – 52 Powerball: 12
Just five main numbers and the Powerball stood between participating lottery players and a jackpot worth $ 150 million last night, but matching all of those numbers is easier said than done and no player succeed in the attempt. There were 689,889 tickets that won a consolation prize, and two of those tickets landed the life-changing sum of $ 1 million each by matching the five main numbers only. Another 23 tickets won $ 10,000 each by matching four main numbers as well as the Powerball. Well done to everyone who made a profit last night and good luck to those who intend to try and win the top prize (which will be worth around $ 183 million) in the next game this Wednesday.
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