The luck didn’t stop there for Donegal as a ticket bought in G & S Supermarket, Church Road in Carndonagh matched five numbers and the bonus, winning a player €283,274.
Derek John Robinson, 45, admitted 17 charges including fraud, interfering with the judicial system and obtaining property by deception.
He also admitted handing a forged letter to a resident magistrate, failing to prosecute a case properly and advising his girlfriend, who is a constable in the RUC, to lie during a police investigation.
The winning numbers were: 1, 2, 7, 33, 34, 40 and bonus number was 6.
The Quick Pick ticket was bought in the filling station the day of the draw, Saturday 13th.
Last year we had a total of 12 Lotto jackpot wins so this is a great start to 2018 for our players”.
Mr Griffin urged all players who purchased a ticket in the Lifford and Carndonagh regions of Donegal to check their tickets.
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He used his position to ensure individuals accused of driving offences faced less serious charges.