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Seventeen Lotto Players Win $16,317

Media Release 5 December 2005
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Seventeen Lotto Players Win $16,317

Seventeen households, from Auckland to Alexandra, began December in the best way possible with a Lotto Second Division win of $16,317 from Saturday's Lotto draw, says NZ Lotteries Chief Executive Trevor Hall.

Of the 16 winners, two ticket holders, who purchased their tickets at Oamaru Lotto N Things and Chartwell Lotto in Hamilton, also won Powerball Division Two, adding a further $16,352 to their winning totals.

Chartwell Lotto in Hamilton sold two of the winning Division Two tickets.

"These winners are each taking home at least $16,317, a handy amount for them to buy that new car, take that trip or for them to have their dream Christmas".

"Anyone who bought tickets at the following stores should get them checked at their nearest Lotto outlet," advises Mr Hall.

Store Location

Pak N Save Mt Albert Auckland
BA Motors Auckland
Foto Fast Digital Auckland
Inkworks Auckland
Lucky Shop Lotto Auckland
Woolworths Gull Henderson Auckland
Chartwell Lotto Hamilton (2)
Halfway Store 1996 Whakatane
Paetiki Books and Stationary Taupo
Fitzroy Lotto and Mags New Plymouth
Regal Bookshop & Lotto Palmerston North
Lyttelton Supervalue Christchurch
Timaru New World Timaru
Lotto N Things Oamaru
Cromwell New World Cromwell
Alexandra Paper Plus Alexandra

Five Winning Wheel serial numbers were also drawn on Saturday Night's Lotto Draw.

Winners came from Mt Roskill, Tauranga, Masterton and Wellington. The following tickets are still to be claimed:

Store Town Serial Number
Paper Power and Lotto Mt Roskill, Auckland 096-59756822-20XX
Greerton Lotto Tauranga 095-41947912-20XX
Kirby's Candies Wellington 086-18165509-20XX


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