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Adelaide factory workers win $1.2m in long-running Lotto syndicate

A group of factory workers in South Australia have finally struck gold in their long-running lottery syndicate, winning a combined $1.2 million.

The group’s leader was planning to tell her 10 colleagues during a meeting at their Wingfield factory this morning, but only after she had confirmed the news herself.

Initially, the woman – who wishes to remain anonymous – didn’t believe her syndicate had won $1,238,977 in the division one prize in the weekend’s X Lotto draw.

“I just wanted to make sure it was real,” the group’s leader said.

They had always played the same numbers, she added.

A group of factory workers in South Australia have finally struck gold in their long-running lottery syndicate, winning a combined $1.2 million. (The Lott)

“We’ve been playing this syndicate for about 12 years now. We all chose a few numbers ourselves, and then let the terminal choose the rest.”

The money was especially welcome now, she said.

“This is going to change so many lives. There are a few of us who have been struggling a bit lately.”

And as to how the cash will be spent once it was divided up equally among the group?

“I’d say most of us will be making a big payment towards our mortgages,” she said.

“There also might be a few holidays in there as well. We’ll just have to make sure we don’t all go at once.”

Source: 9News

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