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Sixteen Win $16,000 On Lotto Second Division

2 October 2006

Sixteen Win $16,000 On Lotto Second Division

For the second week in a row a total of 16 lucky Lotto players have walked away Lotto Second Division winners, winning a total of $16,870 each, say NZ Lotteries Chief Executive Todd McLeay.

The winning tickets were sold in Auckland (6), Waihi, Tauranga, Wanganui, Hawera, Kaiapoi, Christchurch, Rangiora, Leeston, Queenstown and Gore.

"The South Island had a great run of winners this weekend with six Second Division prizes going to players from the South and this week's Winning Wheel ticket also won on a ticket purchased from by Lyttelton Supervalue in Christchurch," says Mr McLeay.

The Second Division winning tickets were purchased at the following stores:

Store Location Orewa Video & Lotto Shop Auckland United Video Blockhouse Bay Auckland Mt Wellington Lotto Auckland Foodtown Three Kings Lotto Auckland Botany Downs Pak N Save – Lotto Auckland Southmall Lotto Kiosk Auckland Waihi Toyworld & Take Note Waihi New World Gate Pa Tauranga Wanganui Supervalue Wanganui @ Your Office & Lotto Hawera Kaiapoi New World Kaiapoi Edgeware Village Supervalue Christchurch Books And More Rangiora Rangiora Leeston Dairy Leeston Wakatipu New World Queenstown Prestons Paper Plus Gore

"Players who have purchased their tickets in any of the above outlets should get their tickets checked," says Mr McLeay.

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