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Saturday Lotto Results for Saturday 9th April 2016

Last Updated: Monday 11th April 2016, 11:18 am

Saturday Lotto’s draw saw seven players claim a slice of the $4.1 million First Division prize as they each scooped $585,827 by matching all six main numbers. Over 482,000 ticket holders successfully secured other wonderful prizes on what proved to be a prosperous evening for lottery fans.

The winning Saturday Lotto numbers were 3, 6, 18, 21, 23 and 41, with 16 and 30 emerging as the Supplementary numbers. In addition to the septuple set of top prize winners, there was joy for 61 players in the Match 5 + Supplementary prize tier with each taking home an impressive $9,120, while 1,108 players succeeded in claiming $1,083 each in the Match 5 prize tier. There were a further 481,472 prize winners on the night, with players winning amounts ranging between $13.75 by matching one or two main numbers and both supplementary numbers right up to $31.80 for matching four main numbers.

With seven winners of the top prize, Saturday Lotto kept up the good feeling amongst Australian lottery fans and rounded off a week that saw two players match all seven numbers to share the Oz Lotto top prize of $5 million. There was additional adulation in Thursday's Powerball draw that saw six players each claim $46,427 by matching six main numbers, while the Wednesday Lotto draw witnessed nine ticket holders take home $6,574 apiece by matching five main numbers and a Supplementary number. For a full breakdown of prizes and information regarding the latest draws in all of Australia’s most popular lottery games, head to the Lottery Results page.

Lotto players don’t have to wait long for their next chance to win a life changing sum of money as Tuesday’s Oz Lotto First Division prize is worth $2 million and $1 million is waiting to be won in the Wednesday Lotto draw. To be in with a chance of winning these amazing prizes, tickets can be purchased online or from any authorised retailer throughout Australia. Keep those fingers crossed!

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