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Check your lotto numbers for Saturday night’s draw

PUBLISHED: 22:20 16 December 2017 | UPDATED: 22:20 16 December 2017

Check your Lotto numbers here. Picture: ARCHANT

Check your Lotto numbers here. Picture: ARCHANT

Find out if you have scooped Saturday night’s Lotto jackpot. All the draws for December 16, 2017 are listed below:

Tonight’s National Lottery Lotto winning numbers are: 22,25,35,45,46,57.

The Bonus Ball is 14.

No one managed to match all six numbers tonight but one person matched five balls and the bonus ball winning over £78,000.

This draw’s £1 million Lotto Millionaire Raffle winning code is: PINK38047274.

Tonight’s National Lottery Thunderball winning numbers are: 2, 11, 14, 21, 34.

The Thunderball is 14.

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