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Winner comes forward to claim £93m EuroMillions jackpot

A ticket-holder who scooped a £93,388,943 in the EuroMillions jackpot has come forward to claim their prize.

Camelot said the lucky winner could receive the cash as early as Monday.

The lucky winner has not been identified and could choose to remain anonymous.

The ticket matched the five main numbers - 5, 8, 10, 11 and 37 - plus the two Lucky Star numbers - 7 and 9.

The top prize had not been won since May 26.

We're delighted Friday's ticket-holder has come forward to claim this truly life changing prize.

The win ranks sixth biggest on the National Lottery rich list and is the third EuroMillions jackpot to be won here in the UK this year.

– National Lottery spokeswoman

UK ticket wins £93,388,943 EuroMillions jackpot

A single UK ticket has won the £93,388,943 jackpot in Friday's EuroMillions draw.

The lucky winner will receive more than £93 million. Credit: PA Wire

"We await a claim and, of course, have plenty of champagne on ice ready for our latest EuroMillions multi-millionaire," a Camelot spokeswoman said.

A single ticket holder from the UK has just snapped up a life-changing £93.3 million (€129.2 million) EuroMillions jackpot, putting an end to a series of four rollovers that included the Superdraw on Friday 5th June.

Over 53.3 million entries were submitted for tonight’s EuroMillions draw as players dreamed of grabbing an almost incomprehensible sum of money.

The winning numbers are 5, 8, 10, 11 and 37 with Lucky Stars 7 and 9. Eight players, two of whom were from the UK, matched five main numbers and one Lucky Star to bag £246,326 each, while another ten ticket holders walked away with £65,686 when they matched all five main numbers drawn.

– EuroMillions statement

The ticket matched the five main numbers - 5, 8, 10, 11 and 37 - plus the two Lucky Star numbers - 7 and 9.


Roadsweeper cleans up with £4.5m lottery win

A roadsweeper scooped £4.5 million on the lottery - then went to work because he didn't believe he had won.

Roadsweeper Joseph Whiting went to work despite winning millions. Credit: PA/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Joseph Whiting checked his tickets after last week's draw but turned up to clean the streets in north London at 5am as usual before telling bosses he is hanging up his broom.

The 42-year-old won the windfall of £4,570,887 with a ticket bought nine minutes before the deadline last Wednesday.

Lottery winner Joseph Whiting with his £4.5m pound cheque. Credit: PA/PA Wire/Press Association Images

"I don't know how I got through the day. My mind was all over the place. You can check 100 times and you are still not sure...even then and now it hasn't sunk in."

– Lottery winner and former roadsweeper Joseph Whiting

Mr Whiting is planning to use his winnings to take driving lessons, buy a bigger house and go on holiday with his children - two girls and a boy. He is also keen on a season ticket to follow his beloved Arsenal.

Lotto winner fell asleep and missed winning moment

A painter and decorator from Edinburgh, who won more than £7 million on the National Lottery, missed the moment his numbers were called out after falling asleep in front of the television.

Willie Sibbald, 48, from Moredun, only realised he was a multi-millionaire of Saturday night's Lotto Rollover draw when he spotted his winning numbers during adverts.

The 48-year-old scooped £7,084,472 in Saturday night's Lotto Rollover draw when he matched all six numbers on his Lucky Dip ticket. Credit: PA

Mr Sibbald said: "It's been such a whirlwind I've not had time to really think about what I will do with the money, but I will probably learn to drive and get myself a car.

"I played the National Lottery every week before I won and, to be honest, I think I will keep playing."

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