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A group of 16 from southwestern Ontario are $97,764.70 richer after winning a LOTTO MAX second prize in the September 9, 2022 draw.

The group members are:

Scott Harris of Waterford

Andrew Freiter of Cambridge

Blayne Partridge of Brantford

Bradley Dorschner of Burford

Brian Forbes of Scotland

Derek Kudirka of Brantford

Derek Ouellette of Brantford

Dwayne Ellis of Brantford

Jeffrey Oulton of Brantford

Kevin Terrade of Woodstock

Mark Tyler of Brantford

Matthew Hoo of Brantford

Michael Soluk of Vanessa

Michael Woodburn of Brantford

Shayden Kusch of Brantford

Timothy Stronks of Guelph

The group of 16 coworkers have been playing LOTTO MAX together for six years.

“A few days prior to buying the ticket, some of the members of the group talked about not playing as a group anymore since we’ve had no luck,” shared Scott Harris, while at the OLG Prize Centre in Toronto.

“I checked the ticket using the OLG App and I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. I got Jeffrey to double check it, scanning it on his OLG App too,” said Harris.

“When we told the rest of the group it suddenly got pretty loud at work,” Harris laughed. “No one believed us.”

“It was unbelievable,” said Jeffrey Oulton. While Shayden Kusch said the feeling was exhilarating.

Some group members plan to go on a cruise while others will be completing home renovations and do some Christmas shopping.

The winning ticket was purchased on Euro Convenience on Charing Cross Street in Brantford.

LOTTO MAX players in Ontario have won over $7.3 billion since 2009, including 93 jackpot wins and 839 MAXMILLIONS prizes, right across the province.

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