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Wednesday lottery rollovers this July

Last Updated: Thursday 29th July 2010, 10:49 am

Lottery RolloverIt’s been a collection on Wednesday rollovers this July, as every midweek lottery draw since the month began has rolled over. Last night’s draw didn’t disappoint and now we have yet another Saturday rollover to play for. Following the trend of the last few weeks, the midweek National Lottery draw has rolled over and that means lottery players have an estimated £7 million to play for this Saturday!

The National Lottery draw went off without a hitch and you can check the winning numbers on our lottery results page. Lottery machine Merlin made yet another appearance, used for the sixth draw in a row and set of balls number 1 was chosen for the lottery draw.

Although there were no jackpot winners, there was over £5 million given away in smaller prizes, so lower division winners did very well. Those who matched five of the main balls and the bonus each collected over £200,000, very profitable for a Wednesday National Lottery draw and there were plenty of smaller winners too.

Who knows what will happen at the weekend, that’s the great thing about the National Lottery, it can throw up all sorts of surprises. Will we see another rollover? Or as with every rollover for the last five weeks will we see a winner? That we don’t have the answer to, but we do know that if you want a chance to be the £7 million lottery winner, you must buy lottery tickets now! Check back for the lottery news and results over the weekend!

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