Warwick couple celebrates first division lotto win

A WARWICK couple says they'll never be able to top this year's Father's Day after winning a first division share worth $750,000 in the weekend's Superdraw.

The winners, who wish to remain anonymous, were still having trouble believing they'd won when a Golden Casket official spoke with them on Monday afternoon.

"I'm still feeling overwhelmed!" the winning wife exclaimed.

"When I found out that we'd won first division on Sunday, I was just a complete mess!  

"After I told my husband that we'd won $750,000 he joked that I'll never be able to top this Father's Day!

"We just feel so blessed.  This win is life changing for us - our first priority is to pay off our mortgage."

The 24-game QuickPick entry was purchased at Warwick Newsagency, Shop 8 in Rose City Shoppingworld in Warwick.

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