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The search is on for Ireland's latest multi-millionaire

This is the 11th win in Ireland of the EuroMillions jackpot.

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THE NATIONAL LOTTERY has appealed to anyone who had a ticket for Friday’s Euromillions draw to check their tickets.

The appeal comes as an Irish ticket was revealed to have won nearly €29 million.

This is the 11th win in Ireland of the EuroMillions jackpot since it started in 2004, and brings to over €1 billion Irish EuroMillions winnings.

It has not yet been revealed in what part of the country the winning ticket was sold. The winning numbers are 11, 20, 35, 37, 45 and the bonus numbers are 3 and 6. The jackpot was €28,975,630

National Lottery Chief Executive, Dermot Griffin, said today it is very important that people check their tickets to see if they have won this life- changing amount.

This is an incredible amount of money to win. We have no idea if it is one player or a syndicate but we are delighted to have another Irish winner of EuroMillions. We urge all of our players to check their tickets to see if their numbers have come up.

“If somebody out there has discovered they are the winner we advise them to stay calm. Winning this amount can be a huge shock. Make sure you get good legal and financial advice, and contact the National Lottery as soon as possible and we will guide you through the claims process and will give any support you need.”

“It is also important that if you do have the golden ticket to keep it safe. This is a valuable piece of paper.”

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