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    Tonight's $50 million Powerball jackpot is split between two winners, each collecting $25,111,111 - which includes their share of First Division

    Tonight's $50 million Powerball jackpot is split between two winners, each collecting $25,111,111 - which includes their share of First Division


    Those tickets were bought from Countdown Manukau City Mall and by an Auckland My Lotto player.

    First Division had nine winners, but only two had that lucrative Powerball.

    The seven First Division-winning tickets - each now worth $111,111 - were bought from Tai Ping in Auckland, Greerton Lotto in Tauranga, Greenmeadows New World in Napier, Levin New World, On The Spot in Tapanui, and Balclutha Bookshop Paper Plus, and on My Lotto by an Auckland player.

    Three winners share the Strike Four jackpot - each collecting $333,333.

    Their tickets were bought from Milton Night'n'Day, Blagdon Four Square New Plymouth, and on My Lotto by an Auckland player.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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