A Kilmore woman is lost for words this morning after receiving the life-changing news that she is now $10 million richer from scoring division one in last night’s Oz Lotto draw. 

The Central Highlands local held the only division one winning entry nationally in Oz Lotto draw 1355, drawn Tuesday 4 February 2020 and takes home a division one prize of $10,000,000.

Sharing her joy with a Tatts official this morning, the shocked woman was lost for words upon hearing the astounding news. 

“Oh my god! Oh wow! Is this real? Oh my god!” she exclaimed. 

“It’s scary. But good scary! I don’t know what to say. 

“Oh gosh it’s just a wonderful feeling to know I’ll soon have $10 million in my bank account. 

“I play Oz Lotto every week and a few months ago I won $78. I was so excited about that win I kept the ticket and was going to frame it. 

“I never imagined I’d have a much bigger win than that! I’m so excited!” 

When asked how she planned to enjoy her truckload of cash, the thrilled woman confessed she couldn’t wait to outsource her cleaning. 

“I think I’ll have to come back down to earth before I can decide,” she laughed. 

“I’ll help my kids out and my family but all I really want is a nice house. 

“I’ve got a good car, but the service is overdue on that one. I won’t have to worry about that or any other bills now though! 

“I’m actually in the middle of spring-cleaning my house and I’ve got rubbish everywhere. 

“I’m thinking I might get some cleaners in to finish the job for me!” 

The happy winner, who wishes to remain anonymous, purchased her 9-game QuickPick entry at Kilmore Authorised Newsagency, 41 Sydney Street, Kilmore. 

Kilmore Authorised Newsagency team member Maree Marr said she was excited her outlet had sold it’s biggest ever division one winning entry.

“I’m so excited! This is the biggest division one winning entry we’ve ever sold!” she exclaimed. 

“The last one was a few years ago now so we are thrilled to have had another winner. 

“I’ve been telling all of our customers that we’ve sold a big one and they are excited for us too. 

“We are so pleased it was won by a local! We wish her all the best with her prize!”