While no Western Australians were able to match all the winning numbers in Saturday’s Lotto Superdraw, players have helped Lotterywest return almost $4 million to the WA community.
More than 20 WA players picked up a division two windfall worth $10,637.40 each.
Two of the lucky winners purchased tickets from Australind News and Post and the Eaton Fair Lottery Kiosk.
Lotterywest spokeswoman Chloe Lawler said while the organisation would have loved for a WA punter to have taken out the big win, they’re delighted to be able to give so much back to the community.
“By purchasing tickets in tonight’s draw our players have helped us raise almost $4 million for the state,” Ms Lawler said.
“We also saw a record number of division one winners produced this week – four in just four days,” she added.
The latest winner to come forward was a grandmother from North Dandalup who visited Lotterywest HQ this week to claim her $1 million prize from Wednesday night’s Lotto draw.
“I was a stunned mullet after realising I’d won a million bucks,” she laughed.
“My family thought I’d counted the zeroes incorrectly.”
The winning numbers from Saturday’s Superdraw were 28, 34, 30, 43, 42 and 31. The supplementary numbers were four and 25.