New X Lotto lifestyle for Murray Bridge division one winner!

A man from South Australia’s rural city of Murray Bridge is set for a lifestyle shake-up after he realised he had won a division one share in X Lotto on the weekend worth more than $570,000!

The happy man, who wishes to remain anonymous, said the windfall was unbelievable and life-changing for his family.

“Mate it’s awesome news! I checked my numbers on the Tatts.com app on Sunday morning and saw that all the circles were yellow and all my numbers matched… I initially thought it’s got to be a glitch!” the ecstatic winner laughed.

“About four months ago I had a great win of about $5,000 and at the time that was really good! But it’s been like a snowball effect and now I’ve won division one - I’ve got the icing and the cake too!

“When I told my wife we’d won more than $572,000 there were a few tears of happiness in her eyes.

“It’s going to be a real change of lifestyle for our family, starting off with the simple things like landscaping the backyard!”

The man purchased his 18-game marked entry in Saturday X Lotto from Marketplace Lotto, Shop K3 in the Murray Bridge Market Place.

Jason Phang is the owner of Marketplace Lotto and said he was thrilled to have sold a division one winning ticket to a local customer.

“This is our first division one win since taking over management of the business in late 2014 and we couldn’t be more thrilled for our customer!” Mr Phang exclaimed.

“It’s really good news to hear and I’ll enjoy letting everyone know that Murray Bridge is now home to a division one winner!”

Throughout Australia, there were seven entries that each won a division one share worth $572,766.07 in the weekend’s Saturday X Lotto draw. Apart from the winning entry purchased in South Australia, there were two winning tickets purchased in Queensland, one each in Victoria and New South Wales, and two were from Western Australia.

The winning numbers in Saturday X Lotto draw 3635 on Saturday 21 May were 13, 39, 11, 14, 5 and 37. The supplementary numbers were 12 and 32.