Her numbers came up

February 28, 2018

William Kang, Amy Duna, Ebony Dalla Rosa, and Diana Zhang from Seymour News & Lotto.

A Seymour woman had a side of shock with her lunch this week after a phone call from Tatts revealed she had won division one in Tattslotto 3819 drawn on Saturday.

The thrilled winner held one of the nine division one winning entries nationally and one of five from Victoria, who took home a division one prize of $455920.08.

The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, bought her 18-game Quick Pick entry from Seymour News and Lotto.

When asked how the woman planned to spend her TattsLotto windfall, she confessed she had already been planning an overseas getaway.

‘‘I’ve just been looking at a river cruise and thought ‘no I can’t afford it’ — I can now,’’ she said.

‘‘It goes from Amsterdam to Prague and I can go now. Wouldn’t it be wonderful?

‘‘I think I might retire early too.’’

The regular player revealed she had been playing the same numbers for several years.

‘‘I’ve been taking those numbers for about 25 years — probably just after TattsLotto started,’’ the woman said.

Seymour News and Lotto owner Dianna Zhang said she was thrilled to have sold a division one winning entry.

‘‘I think 2018 is a lucky year for our shop. Last month we sold a top prize winning Instant Scratch-It and this month we sold a division one winning entry.’’

Across Australia, there were nine division one winning entries — five from Victoria, three from Queensland and one from South Australia.

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