One of Ireland’s luckiest lotto shop has closed.
O’Neill’s of Bridgend, the seller of 12 jackpot tickets, closed its doors for the last time on Saturday night.
The shop scooped almost €5million in jackpot cash over the years.
The biggest was Jim Hume, the brother of politician John Hume, who scooped €1.2 million with his lucky ticket bought in O’Neills in 2005.
The shop was popular with lotto players from both sides of the border with that popularity increasing as players struck gold.
Ireland’s luckiest lotto seller was the GPO in Dublin Dublin, which had 14 Jackpot winners worth €15,054,036.Tags: