Weekend Lottery Results for W/E 22nd April
Last Updated: Monday 23rd April 2012, 09:32 am
This weekend there were numerous draws that took place in the UK; from the UK Lotto and Lotto Plus Five to the Irish and Health Lottery. There were millions of pounds and euros to be won across the various lotteries but were you a winner or are you still waiting for your numbers to come up? Here we look at the weekend lottery results for w/e 22nd April 2012, the numbers drawn and whether there were jackpot winners or if it was a rollover.
The UK Lotto carried a jackpot of over £4.5 million for the Saturday night draw but there were no winning tickets that could match the six main balls drawn. The UK Lotto numbers were (10) (23) (25) (34) (41) (47) and the Bonus Ball was number (30). Although the jackpot remained elusive there were six winning tickets for the second prize tier who each took home £232,066. The jackpot for the midweek draw is now estimated at £7.1 million.
The Lotto Plus 5 numbers for Sunday night were (14) (21) (28) (39) (40) (44) with the Bonus Ball (26) but there were no winners for the top two prize tiers in this lottery. However 27 winners matched four balls for a prize of £250 each.
In the Saturday night Thunderball draw the lottery results were (6) (8) (13) (18) (21) with the Bonus Ball (5) and there were no jackpot winners. There were however five players who managed to match five main balls to take home £5,000 each from the second prize tier.
On Saturday night the 29th Health Lottery draw took place and the results were (11) (26) (28) (31) (45). These numbers made two jackpot winners £100,000 richer whilst over 12,000 other ticket holders took home one of the two lower prizes of either £50 or £500.
The Irish Lottery jackpot for Saturday night was estimated at just $2 million but the numbers (6) (12) (26) (27) (32) (38) and Bonus Ball (44) didn’t find any jackpot winners. Two players managed to match five main numbers and the bonus ball for a prize of £25,000. The next jackpot for this lottery is now estimated at €2.5 million.