By Alesha Capone
A group of 40 Melbourne residents are feeling richer after their syndicate scored a division one win in the weekend’s Tattslotto draw.
The Werribee Plaza Lotto Kiosk sold three shares in the winning syndicate.
Shares in the group syndicate were also old at Box Hill Central Lotto, Chadstone Newsagency, Clarinda Lotto, News and Interpost, Doncaster Lotto, Forest Hill Lotteries, Highlands News & Lotto, Pinewood Authorised Newsagency, Spring Hill News, Thomastown News & Lotto, Tobacco Station Eastland and Waverley Gardens Lotto.
The group syndicate entry, called “Gold 83”, was one of the 12 division one winning entries across Australia in the TattsLotto draw, which was drawn Saturday.
Each member of the syndicate will receive a share worth $43,716.24.
However, as some of the 40 syndicate members were unregistered, they may have yet to discover their division one winning news.
Tatts spokesperson Matt Hart said he encouraged anyone who purchased an entry into the weekend’s TattsLotto $20 Million Superdraw to check their entries as soon as possible.
“We know some of these division one winning syndicate members have already begun celebrating their good fortune and are kickstarting the new week knowing they have a hefty boost coming into their bank account,” he said.
“However, others are starting their working week completely obvious to their win. Previous syndicate winners have told us there’s no better cure for Mondayitis than discovering a TattsLotto win.”