One lucky ticket holder has scooped £9.3million on the Lotto jackpot.
The total jackpot prize stood at an incredible total of £9,370,844.
There were also 49 winners from ticket holders matching five out of the six numbers.
The winning Lotto numbers 57, 36, 51, 17, 03, 42 and the bonus number is 18.
Lotto draws take place every Wednesday and Saturday before 8.30pm.
Last week, EuroMillions winners Frances and Patrick Connolly scooped a staggering £115m on New Year’s Day.
It was the biggest lottery win ever in Northern Ireland – and the fourth biggest in the UK – with Mr and Mrs Connolly scooping just under £115m.
However one of the couple’s twin daughters, who is doing her master’s degree in New Zealand, will not be flying first class on her return trip back home.
Instead of the upgraded flights, their 24-year-old daughter will instead have her hostel upgraded to a hotel near the airport she is flying from, reports the NZ Herald.
Mr and Mrs Connolly became the UK’s fourth biggest lottery winners when they scooped £114,969,775.70 on New Year’s Day.
Going public, Frances, 52, said: “This is a massive sum of money and we want it to have a huge impact on the lives of other people we know and love, as well as on our future, too.”
And one of their three daughters joked of her generous parents: “Dad will have to be careful or Mum will give it all away.”
Patrick got the lucky dip ticket online after Frances “nagged” him to buy one.
When he looked up the results online that night, he rechecked their numbers four times, saying: “I was sure it was a scam.”
The pair had to wait until the next morning to confirm the win, and sat in silence when they realised the size of it.
Frances said: “We don’t really do excited. Perhaps I raised my voice just a bit at the time when I found out, but we celebrated with a cup of tea and a hug.”
Patrick added: “We really didn’t know what to do or how to react and we didn’t sleep a wink that night. We rang Camelot at 8am to verify the win.
“Then it started to dawn on us that it was true, even though it still hasn’t really sunk in.” As well as helping others, the couple, who have three grandchildren, have drawn up their own shopping list.
Patrick, 54, fancies a holiday to Mauritius and wants to spoil his wife.
Frances has her eye on a second-hand Jaguar but insisted: “There’s no way I’m joining the jet set.” The pair also plan to buy a bungalow. They currently live in a rented house in Moira, Co Down.
Patrick said: “We are quite level-headed people. We are not overly extravagant – yet.”
They had been considering moving to Croydon, South London, where Patrick had been offered a job as an operations manager, but he has decided to retire since their windfall.
Frances, who previously worked as an educational programme co-ordinator, plans to do a PhD in clinical psychology.
Asked whether she would have to increase her personal security, Frances joked: “I’ve never met anybody I couldn’t take down myself, to be fair.”
She insisted the win would not change them but said deciding who will benefit from it would be tough.