Monday Lotto makes two South Sydney suburbs winners Millionaires overnight

Two Lotto players from Beverly Hills and Clemton Park became millionaires last night after each winning a $1 million share in Monday Lotto’s division one prize pool.

Beverly Hills
A South Sydney man who purchased his winning Monday Lotto ticket in Beverly Hills received a phone call from a NSW Lotteries official with the good news this morning.

The winner, who wishes to remain anonymous, said that the win has lifted the burden of his financial worry.

“Excellent, I play every week but never thought I would win division one, this is amazing,” the man in his forties said.

“I feel like a burden has been lifted. I can use the money to help my family,” the delighted winner added.

Tuesday 24 April - The Beverly Hills winner scored $1 million with an 18 game ticket made up of family birth dates and favourite numbers. The winning ticket, purchased from Beverly Hills Stationery and News at 14 Tooronga Terrace, Beverly Hills, cost just $10.

Clemton Park
A mystery winner who purchased a Monday Lotto ticket from Clemton Park may be unaware of their new millionaire status after winning a $1 million share in Monday Lotto’s division one prize pool.

As the ticket is not registered to a NSW Lotteries Players Club card, NSW Lotteries officials have no way of contacting the winner.

NSW Lotteries spokesperson Una O’Neill said that if the winner had registered their ticket they would have received a phone call from a NSW Lotteries official this morning with the good news.

“As the winning ticket is not registered to a Players Club card we are encouraging everyone who recently purchased a Lotto ticket from Clemton Park Newsagency at 196 William Street, to check their tickets urgently. There is a surprise to the tune of $1 million in store for the lucky winner,” Ms O’Neill said.

“Hopefully the winner will check their ticket and claim their prize very soon.”

The winning numbers in Monday Lotto, draw 3132 were 11, 31, 7, 21, 29 and 28. The supplementary numbers were 25 and 24.